On the day of the South Carolina primary election, retired neurosurgeon and presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson sat down for a wide-ranging interview with Glenn Thrush of Politico.
Of the many topics that were discussed, race was the preeminent issue, most notably his own and that of President Barack Obama.
Carson noted that he shared the same pride as most Americans when Obama broke the color barrier in the White House in 2008, “but I also recognize that his experience and my experience are night-and-day different. He didn’t grow up like I grew up by any stretch of the imagination.”
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