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In a scary and ironic twist of fate, retired Hopkins surgery great-turned-U.S. Housing Secretary Ben Carson this morning became trapped in exactly the kind of facility of which he has disapproved.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan traveled down the beltway today to meet with members of President Donald Trump’s Cabinet.
Our new secretary of housing and urban development had a rough first day on the job, earning ridicule from the black community, civil rights advocates and everyday people with a reasonable grasp of U.S. history for comparing modern African-Americans’ ancestors to “immigrants.”
It actually happened, folks: A retired doctor with zero public policy or management experience is now the nation’s secretary of housing and urban development.
If Ben Carson is confirmed as the United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, his decisions could have a large effect on Baltimore, where somewhere around 27,000 families rely on HUD. Should we be worried about a strange promise he made at his Senate confirmation hearing?
A little over a year ago, a real estate mogul and a retired Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon with zero combined years of experience in office were sitting neck-and-neck atop Republican primary polls. Today, one of those men, Donald Trump, is starting to set up shop in the Oval Office and has picked the other, Ben Carson, to lead our nation’s housing department.