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Ben Carson: I'm 'Likely' Unveiling My Presidential Plans the 'First Week of May'

Hmm. I wonder what that could mean. Any guesses?

As a reminder, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) has already made his intentions clear. Sens. Rand Paul (R-KY) and Marco Rubio (R-FL), for their part, will make major announcements on April 7th and April 13th, respectively.

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And now, of course, the next shoe is about to drop: Dr. Ben Carson will let supporters know "one way or another" if he's a candidate for president as early as May 1st:

Ben Carson told supporters on a conference call Tuesday night an announcement about his presidential plans is likely just over a month away.

“I will more than likely make an announcement one way or another during first week of May,” Carson said about 40 minutes into a question-and-answer session with supporters.

Now that he's already established a presidential exploratory committee, however, the chances Dr. Carson doesn’t run for president are exceedingly slim. Indeed, ever since he lambasted President Obama at the National Prayer Breakfast in 2013 — while the commander in chief looked on rather irritablymajor journals and grassroots activist alike have urged him to throw his hat into the ring.

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But will he answer the call as expected, or pass up what will surely be a difficult and uphill battle to capture the GOP presidential nomination? We’ll know soon enough — in about a month or so.

In the meantime, I’ll leave you with this: The four-minute candid video Dr. Carson released last month proclaiming his serious interest in launching a presidential campaign in 2016. Enjoy:

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