One is a legitimate superstar in the world of business, the same for the other in the world of medicine. What they have in common is they’re both running for the presidency of the United States. Oh, and they’re also tied in Iowa.
As reported by CNN and USA TODAY, both on Aug.31, 2015, business mogul and multi-billionaire Donald Trump and now retired director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital Dr. Ben Carson are tied at 23 percent according to a recently released Monmouth University Poll conducted among likely Iowa GOP caucus-goers.
Other than the fact that this is the first time since last July that a reputable poll in the first four states to select a Republican nominee not find the surging Donald Trump with a commanding lead, the top placing three candidates also share a shocking similarity. Very possibly causing seismic tremors within the establishment Republican Party, another non-politician rounded out the top three.
According to the New Jersey university’s polling center, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina garnered 10 percent of those interviewed. The remaining candidates, politicians all, are as follows; Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, at…