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Ben Carson has revealed what he's going to be doing in the Trump administration

DETROIT, MI - MAY 4: Republican Dr. Ben Carson, a retired pediatric neurosurgeon, speaks as he officially announces his candidacy for President of the United States at the Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts May 4, 2015 in Detroit, Michigan. Carson was scheduled to travel today to Iowa, but changed his plans when his mother became critically ill. He now will be traveling to Dallas instead to be with his mother Sonya. (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)

According to Politico, Ben Carson, one time Republican primary candidate turned advisor to then Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, has stated that when it comes time for the Trump administration to deal with the Obamacare problem, he'll be in the fray.

“I think the replacement obviously must come first and it must be something that is very appealing and easy to understand. And then, only then, would you dismantle what’s in place,” the retired neurosurgeon said in an interview.

Asked if he intends to be involved in designing that plan, Carson said, “Yes, of course.”

Carson often touted his career as a brain surgeon to be one of the selling points of his candidacy. Now with Trump heading to the White House, Carson aims to use his knowledge to assist with healthcare issues. What exactly this will entail, or what official position Carson will hold is something he and Trump are still ironing out.

Carson is rumored to be on Trump's list for secretary of Health and Human Services, and most signs point toward Carson going down that road. While this position isn't cemented yet, Trump has stated — during an anti-Obamacare rally no less — that he wishes to have Carson "involved in my administration in the coming years."

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