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Ben Carson argued Sunday that "there is no such thing a political correctness when you're fighting an enemy who wants to destroy you."

Asked by George Stephanopoulos on "This Week" if he would consider reinstating Bush-era "enhanced interrogation techniques" when questioning terrorism suspects, Carson cited state secrecy and the importance of the element of surprise in warfare.

"I'm not one who's real big on telling the enemy ... what we're going to do," Carson said.

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