Ben Carson Leaves Iowa to Do Chores

Ben Carson Leaves Iowa to Do Chores

The Republican field starts to thin out after caucus.

Published February 1st

The Iowa caucus may not be the most reliable barometer to tell who will be the Republican nominee for President of the United States, but it has told us who will not move forward in the race. Governor Mike Huckabee announced he will end his campaign after garnering only two percent of the vote, and another one-time front runner is sending some major signals that his time is nearly up.

Ben Carson opted to head home to Florida following a crushing defeat at the caucuses, and while his campaign manager denies Carson is suspending his campaign, the reason he gave for taking a break from the campaign trail leaves us wondering:

Guess the good doctor has never heard of a laundromat? Either way, we'll know in a few days when the New Hampshire primary is underway whether or not Carson will continue, or end his campaign to catch up on his housework.

The Iowa caucus puts Cruz, Donald Trump, and Marco Rubio as the frontrunners heading into New Hampshire, and we're sure they'll continue to fight tooth and nail for the hearts of right wing voters.

As the race heats up, we can expect that Trump will only step up his rhetoric in order to win the media, if not the polls. Catch up on some of his most ridiculous statements below:

Written by Evelyn Diaz

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