Donald Trump may insist that his comments about the judge in charge of his Trump University case were “misconstrued” — Trump said the judge is biased because of his “Mexican heritage” (Judge Gonzalo Curiel was born in the U.S.) — but that’s not what he says in private, according to surrogate Ben Carson.
Carson told Politico in an interview posted Friday that privately Trump “fully recognizes that that was not the right thing to say.”
“He was probably talking out loud rather than thinking. That’s not a good thing to do when everything you say is going to be analyzed,” he added.
Here’s the problem with that comment: Trump issued a lengthy defense on Tuesday that doesn't exactly correspond with Carson's assessment.
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