Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA) had to explain to HUD Secretary Ben Carson how his own agency works during a House hearing.
The Republicans’ war on government continues unabated in the Trump Administration. By continuing to appoint cabinet members who are both corrupt and incompetent, President Donald Trump has succeeded in undermining Americans’ faith in their government. As a result (Republicans hope) fewer people will look to government for solutions to their problems. If the government doesn’t function properly then how can it solve peoples’ problems?
Trump's HUD Secretary Ben Carson is proposing that the amount of rent paid by the most economically vulnerable Americans who receive housing assistance.
Ben Carson says slaves were immigrant, only packed like sardines and chained in the cargo holds. Next, he'll tell us this was 'economy class'
Carson can’t possibly imagine why President Obama would think of doing “something of that nature,” something like helping Americans at not cost to anyone.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) tore apart Ben Carson's non-answer on whether or not any HUD money would go to Trump and his family to expose an incoming administration that is creating a climate of corruption.
Trump’s choices are unqualified, but they were chosen for their desire to eradicate federal agencies, not their level of competence or expertise.
Donald Trump has moved Fox News' "whole roster off of Rupert Murdoch and onto the taxpayers of the United States."
Ben Carson doesn't want to serve in the Trump administration because he feels he has no government experience. Carson ran against Trump to be the Republican nominee for president.
Ben Carson was being interviewed by CNN in front of his childhood home in Detroit when he randomly thought of his luggage and walked off the nationally televised interview to find his bags.
Calling Trump's wealth a disadvantage was stunningly stupid, but it's par for the course.
There are "two Trumps", Ben Carson said during an event to announce his endorsement of former rival Donald Trump. Carson also alleged that one of these two Trumps is more cerebral.
Ben Carson appears to have dropped out of the Republican race for president, but with a statement that sounded like he was dropping out, but didn't go as far as actually quitting, Carson has stayed true to his brand of vague crazy until the very end.
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Marco Rubio goes all tin foil hat on Obama and guns and four other reasons to be glad that you didn't watch the Fox Business Debate.