Much of the conservative world is abuzz/aghast at the recent news that former presidential contender Ben Carson (#13 FCIR) is endorsing Donald Trump (#15 FCIL)“There are two different Donald Trumps,” Carson said at the billionaire’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida. “There’s the one you see on the stage and there’s the one who is very cerebral, sits there and considers things very carefully. You can have a very good conversation with him. That’s the Donald Trump that you’re going to start seeing more and more of.”  Indeed, BT enthusiasts didn’t need Mr. Carson to tell us this. More than 20 years ago, Jon Niednagel wrote, “FCILs have the ability to comprehend complex issues and relate to the layperson with ease,” and “They actually do become good at relating to others, partly because of the desire to do so, and also because they are good actors and imitators. FCILs may choose to use these learned skills to manipulate to get that whey want, or they may genuinely work toward the welfare of others.”

In his 1992 book, Niednagel also identified Mr. Trump and his #15 BT! Thus, the above comments applied then, and now. Whether Mr. Trump is being genuine or not, the point is still proven. He was able to get on the good side of Ben Carson, while Ted Cruz (#13 FCIR) was not. One day after winning the Iowa caucuses, Cruz apologized to Carson after some of Ted’s staff passed along to Iowa caucus-goers a CNN report that possibly implied Ben planned to quit the race, calling it a “mistake.”  In reply, Carson said, “As a Christian I will accept the apology but it doesn’t correct the problem. This is a cultural issue when people in your campaign feel that it’s ok to distort the issues to their political advantage and to tell absolute lies. And the question really is will there be any consequences for that.”  The endorsement could be helpful for Trump, who is still trying to earn the trust of true conservatives.

Speaking of Trump being “cerebral,” he is also extremely optimistic. Darrell Hammond (#13 FCIR), who impersonates Trump on Saturday Night Live, recently had this to say about him. “It’s almost like the negative thoughts [Trump] just brushes them off, and that is why we first started doing these hands. I would touch my chest and flip the hands out, sort of flipping away anything that is negative or disagreeable.” He went on to point out, “A lot of people say he is cocky or full of himself. Maybe he is, but he is also the most positive person I have ever seen except the athletes that have come on the show.”

Do you know which region of the brain is the most steady, stable, and positive? It is the Q3 (Front-Left) region. In fact, our personal EEG studies reveal Q3 actually blocks out negativity especially directed at self and immediately transfers it to the anterior Right brain (Q1) for further review. Since Q3s eschew Q1, additional reflection on self-negativity doesn’t often occur for them, particularly the Inanimate #7 and #15 designs; that is, unless they’ve had a spiritual experience of sorts eliciting greater conviction. (The New Testament’s Apostle Paul, a highly likely #15, had such an experience.)

The Trump Train continues chugging along full speed ahead, and soon it will be facing Camp Hillary in a battle that should be one for the ages. As the old Chinese proverb states, two tigers cannot occupy the same hill, especially when they’re both #15s!

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