October 29, 2015

The Republican presidential candidates are not letting up on CNBC

Still chafing at the network's handling of Wednesday night's debate, representatives from the campaigns are planning to take their grievances to the Republican National Committee in a forthcoming conference call, campaign sources told CNN.

Ben Carson even told reporters on Thursday that he would be demanding a new debate format and was reaching out to the other Republican candidates in an attempt to force changes in the next debate.

‎"We need a change of format," Carson said during a press conference in Lakewood, Colorado. "Debates are supposed to be to get to know the candidates, what is behind them. What it has turned into is a gotcha."

"Wait a second, we have $19 trillion in debt, we have people out of work, we have ISIS and al-Qaeda attacking us and we're talking about fantasy football?" Christie shouted. "Can we stop?" ‎ More

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