Ben Carson makes a lot of questionable comments, to say the least. The retired neurosurgeon, who is seeking his party’s nomination for the White House, made the remarks that Egyptian Pyramids were for grain stores, and not Pharaohs’ tombs in a 1998, while addressing students at Andrews University. However, the footage has resurfaced on Wednesday and Ben Carson says he still believes the pyramids were for grain stores. Hit the jump to see exactly what Ben Carson said.

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Republican presidential hopeful Ben Carson had this to say about the Egyptian Pyramids.

Egypt’s pyramids were built by the biblical Joseph to store grain and were not, as archaeologists believe, tombs for pharaohs.

The church is a conservative evangelical Christian one. My own personal theory is that Joseph built the pyramids to store grain. Now all the archeologists think that they were made for the pharaohs’ graves. But, you know, it would have to be something awfully big if you stop and think about it.

And when you look at the way that the pyramids are made, with many chambers that are hermetically sealed, they’d have to be that way for various reasons.

Asked on Wednesday if he still held these views, Carson told CBS News: “It’s still my belief, yes.”

Speaking to MSNBC’s Morning Joe on Thursday, rival Republican candidate Donald Trump said: “He’s informed me about the pyramids. I think I’ll have to put that in my repertoire about Ben. That was a strange deal.”

This guy should’ve just stuck with neurosurgery, because he’s a complete moron when it comes to just about anything else. Guess Donald Trump is the republican candidate after all.