Dr. Ben Carson has requested an imminent meeting with the rest of the Republican presidential contenders — but so far no one has RSVP’d to his invitation.
Ahead of the Super Tuesday results, Carson’s campaign announced that as the doctor was “concerned with the lack of civility currently being displayed” in the Republican presidential contention, he called for a private meeting of all of the candidates ahead of the Fox News GOP debate in Detroit on March 3.
“A house divided cannot stand, and it is imperative the Republican Party exhibit unity by the candidates coming together with a pledge to talk about the many serious problems facing our country, instead of personally attacking each other,” Carson said Tuesday afternoon.
However, by late Tuesday night, his campaign said not a single candidate had responded to his request . . .
Carson didn’t fare too well during Super Tuesday, but nonetheless, the retired neurosurgeon vowed to stay in the presidential race “as long as he continues to receive revenue and support of ‘We the People,’” a campaign official told TheBlaze Tuesday night. (Read more from “See Just How Many GOP Presidential Candidates Have RSVP’D to Carson’s Private Meeting Request” HERE)