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Ben Carson: ‘The Power Of God’ Is Behind My Presidential Campaign

Yesterday on Daystar’s “Marcus and Joni,” Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson lashed out at critics who said that he would never have a chance to win the presidency.
He said that instead of retiring, God opened the door for …

Yesterday on Daystar’s “Marcus and Joni,” Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson lashed out at critics who said that he would never have a chance to win the presidency.

He said that instead of retiring, God opened the door for him to enter the presidential race “much to the consternation of all the professional class and all the pundits” who said it was “impossible” for a “political neophyte” like him to build a national campaign.

“And yet, you see, it’s happening,” Carson said. “They don’t understand the power of God.”

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