Former Gov. Mike Huckabee (R-Ark.) on Monday predicted that fellow GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson will face even harsher media scrutiny.
“I’m not going to get arguing what Ben did or didn’t do, but the one thing I heard him say that I was kind of taken aback [by was] when he said that people are looking into his personal life and they are going after them,” he said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”
“I’m thinking, ‘Pal, you ain’t seen nothing yet,’ ” Huckabee said of Carson. “They have not yet come after your kids and the rest of your family — they will.
“This is part of the process,” the 2016 Republican White House hopeful added. “This ain’t bean bag, as they say. It is a brutal process. I’ve been through it for 26 years and life ain’t fair, I’m telling you.”
Carson is publicly lambasting journalists for questioning accounts of his past. At issue is whether the retired neurosurgeon had a violent youth or received a full scholarship to West Point, both chronicled in his autobiography “Gifted Hands.”
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