Donald Trump has the worst, most inept surrogates ever.
Ben Carson argues to @brikeilarcnn that the language in Trump's tape is commonplace among men pic.twitter.com/J3mZUEWU0N
— Sara Murray (@SaraMurray) October 11, 2016
CNN's Sara Murray summed it up.
I'm gonna go out on a limb and say the problem is NOT that we should be used to hearing men talk about touching women without consent.
I've seen fast talkers before, even coked up ones, but nothing like the RNC's chief strategist Sean Spicer. CNN's host Brianna Keilar reduced Spicer into sputtering out nonsense as he tried to defend Donald Trump for reaching out to...
CNN reports: Ben Carson said Tuesday “of course” he’s heard similar language from other people along the lines of the recently surfaced lewd and sexually aggressive comments from Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. “I’ve h...
Dr. Ben Carson went on CNN to defend Donald Trump's remarks about committing sexual assault as the sort of banter that was ubiquitous, and he maintained that Trump's comments were really unremarkable.
Brianna Keilar interviewed Ben Carson on CNN about the video showing Donald Trump bragging about sexual assault: KEILAR: You’ve heard talk like this? CARSON: Of course. Are you kidding me? People are always trying — when I was growi...