Ben Carson Admits Buying Furniture Is More Complex Than Brain Surgery

Ben Carson went on record today about the difficulties he is facing, saying he never knew equipping a government office could be so difficult.

“There are more complexities in picking out a dining set than in brain surgery.”

Carson lamented that the seemingly simplest of furniture procurement tasks has him at his wits end.

“Even purchasing a simple chair is a nightmare.”

The embattled HUD Chief says that just when you think you’ve gotten somewhere, you can suddenly find yourself back with an empty dining room and egg on your face.

“Give me a straightforward hemispherectomy anyday.”

The situation is being compared to the time President Trump said that he never knew organizing an Easter Egg Roll would be so challenging.

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