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Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson unintentionally indicated that he is not satisfied with the White House’s Presidential Personnel Office (PPO) after his notes were visible to reporters at a Trump 2020 campaign event on Friday, Bloomberg reported.
Ahead of President Trump’s remarks at a Black economic empowerment event in Atlanta Friday afternoon, Carson spoke at a podium while holding a piece of paper with typed out statements that at one point became visible to reporters.
The article goes on to state the following:
“I am very loyal to you and after you win I hope to stay in your administration,” the notes said. “I am not happy with the way PPO is handling my agency.”
The report notes that “PPO is responsible for vetting presidential appointments and hiring candidates to work throughout the White House’s various agencies.”
Carson did not read those remarks at the event.
!! HUD Secretary Ben Carson’s notes were visible briefly during his remarks at President Trump’s event and they included talking points about how he’s not happy with the White House personnel office. “I am not happy with the way PPO is handing my agency.” Took these photos —> pic.twitter.com/uPGSgCH1n4
— Katherine Faulders (@KFaulders) September 25, 2020
As Ben Carson spoke at a Trump campaign event, his notes became clearly visible – and they contained talking points to complain to the president about John McEntee (!!) the head of the White House’s personnel office about how he was handling his agency
— Justin Sink (@justinsink) September 25, 2020
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