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Ben Carson Cleared Of Misconduct In Pricey Dining Room Set Order

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Ben Carson Cleared Of Misconduct In Pricey Dining Room Set OrderWatch VideoInvestigators with the Department of Housing and Urban Development have cleared Secretary Ben Carson of misconduct allegations connected a $31,000 dining room set ordered for his office in 2017. 

According to a report released by HUD's inspector general this week, the department ordered the pricey new furniture...
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The controversial order was made because career officials decided the existing dining room set was in poor condition and should be replaced.

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