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Ben Carson's campaign says he met with General Westmoreland in February, not May

And another part of the Politico hit piece on Ben Carson and West Point goes poof.

Carson’s campaign is now saying he met with General Westmoreland in February of 1969, not May of 1969 as was outlined in Carson’s book, “Gifted Hands.” This means there’s an error in the book, but Politico was insinuating that the meeting with Westmoreland never happened, which meant that a nomination to West Point offered by Westmoreland was therefore impossible:


Now somebody needs to tell Joe Scarborough:



‘Lost all credibility’: Politico forced to update ‘SCOOP’ on Hillary’s classified emails

Joe Scarborough: ‘This is NOT bias. Ben Carson lied. Period.’

Politico ‘stealth edits’ headline, lede on its Ben Carson-West Point story … and it’s still bad! [screenshots]; Update: Politico adds editor’s note


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