Washington, March 2 (EFE) .- Presidential neurosurgeon and exasperant Ben Carson was confirmed today by the United States Senate as the next secretary of Housing and Urban Affairs in the Government of Donald Trump. P>
By 58 votes in favor and 41 against, Carson received the consent of the Upper House after it was unanimously approved by the Banking Committee, Housing and Urban Affairs, being one of the Trump hopefuls who had less difficulty in their confirmation despite the delays of their audiences. P>
Carson came to be considered One of the strongest rivals for Trump during a Republican primary stage, until his candidacy suffered a severe setback after the Iowa caucuses. P>
Trump came to attack him with Vehemently, saying that he was a person with "very low energy" and launched harsh criticism against dubious data of his autobiography. However, Carson, a retired neurosurgeon, He became one of Trump's strongest supporters as the campaign progressed and his presidential aspirations were diluted. P>
Taxes and replacing the healthcare system promoted by former President Barack Obama, among other issues. P>
While the rest of the aspirants engaged in virulent attacks, Carson maintained a calm look that made him stand out in the beginning and finally thin. P>
With no previous experience in housing and urbanism, the retired doctor will be the first African American in the cabinet of President-elect Donald Trump.