Armstrong Williams, an advisor to Ben Carson's campaign, blasted the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) insisting, "We are no longer interested in the rhetoric of CAIR and what they say.

Williams, appearing on CNN's "At This Hour" Monday, told Kate Bolduan that Muslims around to world have to "change their action" and stop "treating women like animals, disregarding life, beheading and killing homosexuals because of their choice" to become "worthy of your [Carson and Williams's] trust.

Kate Bolduan: Do you think there's anything that Dr. Carson or you could hear from CAIR or could learn or study in the Koran that would change your views?

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