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United States Housing Secretary Ben Carson confused a basic real estate term for a cookie

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United States Housing Secretary Ben Carson confused a basic real estate term for a cookie

United States Housing Secretary Ben Carson confused a basic real estate term for a cookie

Business Insider reports that United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson confused a common professional real estate term with a cookie.

Secretary Carson became confused about the basic real estate term "REO" during testimony in front of a congressional panel on Tuesday.

Congresswoman Katie Porter asked Carson if he is familiar with REOs, which is a common abbreviation for the term "real-estate owned".

Secretary Carson responded "An Oreo?" Porter quickly interjected, "No.

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