Speculation has been rampant since Ben Carson became a huge advocate of Donald Trump that he's seeking a position in a possible Trump Administration.
According to Politico, MSNBC's Chuck Todd hammered the former GOP presidential candidate with questions about what kind of job Trump has promised him in the White House.
Carson replied vaguely, "We haven't talked about any specific positions. What we have talked about is the fact that we both have a strong desire to heal this country and to preserve it for the next generation, and that we would work together to help that happen."
But then he gave a more definite answer, saying, "It's a false narrative that I'm seeking some type of position. I don't need a position. I already have a platform, have had a platform for many years, long before I got into this, and working in ways to get kids educated. I'm going to continue to do that."
Then, when Todd didn't seem satisfied and asked, "If he asked you, you would serve for him?" Carson replied, "It really kind of depends on the situation. Again, I must emphasize, it is not what I'm looking for. After what I've been through the last couple of years, are you kidding me?"
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