Dr. Ben Carson insisted last week that he had “better sources” than the U.S. government after Obama administration officials said there was no evidence to support his claims that the Chinese military was getting involved in Syria.
But what are those sources, exactly?
Carson's campaign has been coy about where the retired neurosurgeon is getting his advice on foreign policy, so far identifying a single confidante on national security: retired Maj. Gen. Robert Dees. When Yahoo News' Katie Couric on Friday asked Carson who was telling him about China's presence in Syria, Carson pointed to Dees and "some CIA people who know a lot of stuff."
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