Ben Carson “Oreo”? At HUD hearing, Housing Secretary Ben Carson confuses real estate term “REO” with “Oreo”

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 · The HUD secretary is making light of his embarrassing gaffe during a congressional hearing, where he got the stuffing knocked out of him for confusing a real estate abbreviation with an Oreo.

During a congressional hearing Tuesday, Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson seemed unfamiliar with the term "REO" or "real estate owned," referring to foreclosed properties returned to the lender. "An Oreo?" he asked.

Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson made headlines on May 21 when he confused the real estate term reo with the cookie term Oreo after.

Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson wants people to know he’s not incompetent at his job he’s just a little hard of hearing. recast it as an “Oreo.” (REO stands for “real estate.

 · Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Ben Carson was quizzed at a hearing on Capitol Hill Tuesday, resulting in yet another viral moment for.

Of course, the host was talking about Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson, who fully embarrassed himself in a congressional hearing earlier in the day when rep. katie porter (D-CA).

 · US housing secretary Ben Carson confused a common property term with the name of a chocolate biscuit during a disastrous congressional hearing.The 67-year-old appeared before the House Financial Services Committee on Capitol Hill and was asked by Democrat Katie Porter to define “REOs” for the panel.REO

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When a congresswoman asked the former US presidential candidate and current Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben. hearing Tuesday whether he knew what the housing term "REO" was, Carson.

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Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Ben Carson testified before Maxine Water’s committee on Tuesday to discuss a budget proposal cut that would affect HUD’s budget and an HUD plan that would increase rent on people who live in subsidized housing. During the hearing though.

. U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson at a congressional hearing Tuesday whether he knew what the housing term “reo” was, Carson thought she was referencing the similar-sounding.

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Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Ben Carson got tripped up Tuesday afternoon when Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA) asked him about a common foreclosure term – and Carson thought she was referring to Oreo cookies.