CNBC anchor caught telling lies about Trump during debate

By Dean_L

CNBC anchor lied about Donald Trump negotiating the length of the CNBC debate.


But this from The liberal Huffington Post on October 16th, prior to the debate, states otherwise:
Looks like Donald Trump is getting his way.

Trump and fellow Republican presidential hopeful Ben Carson sent a letter to CNBC on Thursday threatening to not participate in the next GOP debate if it exceeded 120 minutes, including commercial breaks. In a tweet Thursday, Trump claimed CNBC had agreed to limit the debate to two hours.

Both Politico and CNN reported Trump's claims were true, saying the Republican National Committee began calling campaigns Friday morning to inform them the debate would be restricted to 120 minutes.

The business mogul also took to Twitter to make his disdain for a long debate known.
Okay tinfoil hat time - that's so easy to check.  It's too easy to expose the lie.  So why do it? Are the liberal media now attempting to generate sympathy for Trump candidacy in the hopes  he becomes the nominee and can be decimated in the general election by Hillary Clinton? I wonder.

2 comments:

  1. I recently commented that The CNBCGOPDebate moderators made Megyn Kelly look like Edward R. Murrow. CNBC could take this performance and literally write the book on what not to do in a debate format.

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    1. Kudos to Cruz during the debate for calling them out with specific examples of all their early questions.

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