How both the RNC and CNBC can recover from the 2016 Republican debate

A shock to the system was felt when CNBC hosted a recent Republican debate. We are not sure any conservative was actually shocked, as they have seen this kind of treatment for some 15 or more years. Which begs the question, why does the RNC keep going on liberal media. Here is a hint for the RNC, you not only will be treated badly, you will not expand your base. So why bother?

First kudos to Ted Cruz. His outburst was like rousing everybody in a room on fire. Republicans have become so accustom to this kind of treatment they barely flinch. However Ted Cruz woke everyone up and to the credit of all candidates, they followed suit. In addition, Donald Trump started a trend with “Negotiating 101”. Taking the debate from 3 hrs. to 2 hrs. John Harwood lied about it always being a 2hr debate, just one of multiple lies he was caught in on that night.

Now RNC chairman Reince Priebus wrote in a letter to NBC News chairman Andrew Lack that the Republican Party was suspending its partnership with NBC News for the Feb. 26, 2016 event, citing CNBC’s “bad faith” in this week’s candidate forum.

Ted Cruz proposed that a future debate be moderated by the right-wing broadcasters Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin. However, we here at PoliticalFuzz.com have a much better idea. Let us have a different kind of debate, a debate that will mend fences and show the true character of NBC and their political professionals. We propose a debate hosted by Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin , BUT on stage are the proud news professionals John Harwood, Becky Quick and Carl Quintanilla. Let the likes of Sean, Rush and Mark ask them questions about NBC and other liberal media. Let them raise questions about past episodes of biased reporting and let John, Becky and Carl answer those questions using their combined journalistic prowess.

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