Ben Carson Says People May Not Like Trump But He Still Gets The Votes

Despite Donald Trump's unfavorable numbers soaring to 70 percent, Ben Carson doesn't think he needs to do anything about it.

Carson appeared on Fox New Channel's "The Kelly File" where host Megyn Kelly noted that Carson rated high in honesty and trustworthiness.

Kelly asked, "Is it possible to advise somebody on how to raise their likability, their favorables? How would you suggest that be done?"

Carson replied, "Well, first of all, it is interesting, I did have high favorables. People liked me, but they didn't vote for me. And Trump has horrible numbers, but they vote for him. I don't know that there's a great correlation there."

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