Rev. Al Sharpton talks about the allegations against presidential candidate Ben Carson and explains the importance of him staying focused during his race.
“I think he has to resist the temptation of dealing with the normal attack that comes with not only leading gin the polls but public light. What’s going to be really telling is when he comes about policy, not something that happened 40 years ago. He must be the first black man in the history of politics that proved he stabbed someone. This is absolutely turning the tables,” Sharpton said.
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