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Donald Trump Wins Another High-Profile Endorsement
   2016-03-12 09:38:43    CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Xie Cheng

Former Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson (L) speaks after announcing he will endorse Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump during a news conference at the Mar-A-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Florida, on March 11, 2016. [Photo: Imagine China]

Former U.S. Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson has announced his endorsement for front-runner Donald Trump.

The retired neurosurgeon became the second former Republican rival to back Trump in the race for the White House after New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.

"I've come to you to know Donald Trump over the last few years. He's actually a very intelligent man who cares deeply about America. There are two different Donald trumps. There's the one you see on the stage and there is the one who is very cerebral sits there and considers things very carefully you can have a very good conversation with him. And that's the Donald Trump that you're going to start seeing more and more of right now."

Trump said at a press conference in Florida that he agreed with Carson's assessment.

"I probably do agree I think there are two Donald Trumps there is the public version and people see that and I don't know what they see exactly but it seems to have worked over my lifetime but it's probably different I think than the personal Donald Trump I think Ben would say that Ben said it very well today so perhaps there are two Donald Trumps."

Trump has won a string of early primary contests to become the clear front-runner for the GOP nomination.

However, he has received criticism for his blunt and even incendiary remarks about Latino immigrants and Muslims.

Candidates need to reach 1-thousand two hundred and thirty seven delegates to the party's national convention in order to win the nomination outright, and Trump has so far won 4-hudered fifty nine.

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