Did Ben Carson just mistake an REO for an Oreo WASHINGTON – Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson appeared to be unaware of a basic housing term during a hearing Tuesday, confusing "real estate owned," or REO, with an Oreo cookie.
Easy mistake to make, since they are essentially homonyms, Unless of course you are the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, and you are paid north of 200,000 a year to, well, at the least know the difference between an REO and a cookie, es.
Secretary Ben Carson’s stumble. whose questions prompted the Oreo mistake, said on MSNBC’s Morning Joe on Wednesday that her questions were serious and not meant to be funny. Porter had asked.
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WASHINGTON – Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson appeared to be unaware of a basic housing term during a hearing Tuesday, confusing "real estate owned," or REO, with an Oreo cookie.
· - Ben Carson (@SecretaryCarson) May 21, 2019. Still, some Carson defenders insisted Carson didn’t make a mistake, but was referring to the term “other real estate owned,” which the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency defines as real estate that is acquired to either fully or partially satisfy previously contracted debt. Often, the term is synonymous with “REO.”
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Now, either (1) he truly did not know that REO stood for "Real Estate Owned," (2) he did know, but just decided to feign ignorance to stonewall the proceedings – there’s a lot of that going around Trump’s administration, if you haven’t noticed, or (3) he did know, and he was trying to be cheeky in a situation that required seriousness.
Housing and Urban Development chief Dr. Ben Carson mistook an acronym — REO — for the cookie "Oreo. "How did that guy become a brain surgeon? Did he practice on himself?" After walking out of a.
REO does sound like the word oreo, which is a cookie (and a pretty good one) as well as a pejorative which has been used often toward Ben Carson. So I chalk it up to the Obama claim of the US having 53 or 57 states, or whatever the number is, or VP Dan Quayle misspelling tomato (how many here would have avoided the same mistake under the same.
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