(CBS News) One of Ben Carson's top fundraisers is stepping down from the GOP candidate's campaign board, CBS News has confirmed.
Bill Millis, an heir to a sock-manufacturing fortune, informed Carson Wednesday morning that he is leaving the three-man board. Millis told the Wall Street Journal that he still supports Carson but that doesn't believe the campaign staff values his input.
"I disagree with the campaign, but I'm hoping and praying that the concerns I have are wrong," Millis said, the Journal reported. Specifically, Millis cited concerns about the campaign's decision a few weeks ago to part ways with Terry Giles, a longtime friend of Carson's who helped hire the campaign's lead staff.
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