One week after stepping down from the Presidential race, retired neurosurgeon,Â Ben Carson endorsed the Republican Partyâ€™s front runner Donald Trump in Palm Beach last Friday.
Obviously they have both mended any discrepancy between them, saying that whatever happened between them during the campaign trail was just â€œpoliticsâ€ and it happens all the time.
This is coming as another big endorsement for Donald TrumpÂ as he bagged the support of New Jerseyâ€™s Governor, Chris Christieâ€˜s endorsement last month.
Ben Carson, in his speech also called for the unification of the Republican Party party, saying, â€œA house divided against itself cannot stand.â€ He also said that there are two Trumps, the one the public sees, and other Trump, who is a â€œreasonable thinkerâ€.
Asked whether he would be accept to be the No. 2 man at a Republican Party fundraiser in Broward County last Saturday, Carson said, â€œIâ€™ve told Mr. Trump that if it was really going to make a big difference Iâ€™d be willing to.â€
â€œI looked at the others and I didnâ€™t see path to victory for Rubio or Kasich, and I felt that Cruz was too polarizing and wouldnâ€™t be able to bring across Democrats and independents,â€ he said on Saturday. â€œWeâ€™re in really different type of environment right now where if you canâ€™t extend your base, youâ€™re not going to win, and Iâ€™m afraid of what will happen if we loseâ€ he said.
Trump had earlier said that if he wins, Ben Carson would play a big part in his administration in the areas of education and healthcare.
Source: Wall Street Journal | Washington TimesÂ | Photo Credit â€“Â Getty Images News