Ben Carson had seven words of advice that Donald Trump and every Republican in Congress should follow

Ben Carson served as Donald Trump’s Secretary of Housing and Urban Development.

Many believe Trump should pick Carson as his Vice Presidential running mate.

But Ben Carson had seven words of advice that Donald Trump and every Republican in Congress should follow.

With the November election just six months out, Trump’s Vice Presidential selection is becoming a hot topic of discussion in the press.

Trump previously listed some of the names on his shortlist, including Senator Tim Scott (R-SC), North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum, Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL), Senator JD Vance (R-OH), former Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, and businessman Vivek Ramaswamy.

On Thursday, Trump addressed the rumors around his Vice Presidential selection and said there’s a “good chance” he announces his choice at the Republican National Convention in July.

“What are the chances you will announce your Vice President pick while in Milwaukee, at the convention?” Scripps News’ Charles Benson asked.

“That’s probably a pretty good chance, I would say,” Trump said. 

“I don’t say anything’s 100 percent, but you’re getting pretty close. I’ll be doing it in Milwaukee, we’ll be — we’re gonna have a great time.” 

Many conservatives have floated the idea of Trump selecting Dr. Ben Carson as his running mate.

The two have a good relationship and worked together during Trump’s first term when Carson served as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development.

Of course, the chance of Trump picking Carson is very low.

But Carson would be a choice that would give Pro-Life Americans a reason to be excited.

In his new book, The Perilous Fight: Overcoming Our Culture’s War on the American Family, Carson condemns abortion and stands up for the right to life of all humans, both born and unborn.

“I’m grateful that in my lifetime I was able to hear these incredible words established by the Supreme Court of the United States: “Held, the Constitution does not confer a right to abortion; Roe and Casey are overruled; and the authority to regulate abortion is returned to the people and their elected representatives,” Carson wrote in his book. “The Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v Jackson was a crucial correction to the error of Roe v Wade, and I am certainly grateful for that correction,” he continued. “However, we must not stop there.”

Carson said that “the battle over the lives of unborn children is not yet finished.”

He noted that rape and incest should not be a justification for murdering a baby.

“Rape and incest — I would not be in favor of killing a baby because the baby came about in that way,” he said.

Carson then called on Republicans in Congress to pass “legislation that guarantees the right to life.”

“What is needed is legislation that guarantees the right to life for all American citizens, including those still in the womb,” Carson wrote. “Therefore, we must be boldly vocal about saving our fellow human beings through the legislative process.” 

“They are counting on us,” he added.

Unfortunately, Donald Trump does not agree with Carson on the sanctity of life.

Carson believes the federal government should pass a national ban on abortions whereas Donald Trump wants to leave it up to the states.

Not only that, but Trump attacked states like Florida for banning abortions after six weeks of pregnancy.

He called it a “terrible mistake.”

But that isn’t stopping Ben Carson from speaking the truth and putting pressure on Trump and Republicans to stand up and fight for the right to life by passing a national abortion ban.

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.

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