Ben Carson, who dropped out of the Republican presidential race after the Super Tuesday primaries, will throw his support behind Donald Trump, the Washington Post reports.
Carson, a retired pediatric neurologist, will announce his endorsement of his formal rival on Friday, just days before the crucial Florida and Ohio primaries, the newspaper quotes two sources close to Carson as saying.
Carson is the second former GOP contender to support Trump. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie also endorsed Trump days after he dropped out of the presidential race.
Failed GOP candidate Carly Fiorina endorsed Ted Cruz this week.
President Donald Trump tweeted Friday that he turned down a potential offer to be TIME Magazine's coveted "Person of the Year" after, Trump says, the magazine told him he would "probably" be given the honors.
"Time Magazine called to say ... -- http://wgntv.com
President Donald Trump tweeted Friday that he turned down a potential offer to be TIME Magazine's coveted "Person of the Year" after, Trump says, the magazine told him he would "probably" be given the honors. -- http://www.cnn.com
The 2020 presidential election is Senator Bernie Sanders’ race to lose, according to a new survey of more than a dozen top Democratic strategists. The survey, conducted by The Hill, reveals a Democratic field crowded with old faces. Sanders, who ... -- https://www.yahoo.com
Time magazine has disputed President Donald Trump's claim that he turned down the publication's request for an interview and photo shoot for its "Person of the Year" issue.
In a tweet late Friday afternoon, Trump claimed he rebuffed the request ... -- http://abcnews.go.com
Donald Trump and his minions seem to be trying to take credit for creating jobs that they actually had very little to do with. Shocking, I know, as he has been notorious for this even back during his campaign. Trump ... -- http://www.bluedotdaily.com