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Ben Carson: I would’ve attacked the Oregon shooter

Ben Carson: I would’ve attacked the Oregon shooter

 Dr. Benjamin Carson and his wife Candy created the Carsons Scholars Fund, which bestows $1,000 to students for use at a four-year college or university. Alden Tonkay, the son of 512th Airlift Wing Reservist Master Sgt. Jack and Laurie Tonkay, is one of the recipients of this award. Dr. Carson is a neurosurgeon who's credited with the first successful separation of twins at the cranium. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Veronica A. Aceveda)

By Marisa Schultz for New York Post

Ben Carson says he would have led a charge against the Oregon shooter if he were in the community college classroom when the gunfire erupted.

“Not only would I probably not cooperate with him, I would not just stand there and let him shoot me. I would say, ‘Hey, guys, everybody attack him! He may shoot me but he can’t get us all,’ ” the soft-spoken Carson said Tuesday on “Fox and Friends.”

Carson criticized the president for making the visit when asked if he’d do the same if he entered the White House.

“Probably not. Isn’t this about the people? This whole country — of, for and by the people. Why don’t people understand that?” Carson said.

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