CNBC moderator: Just so you know the debate was already going to be two hours
By Shepard Ambellas
BOULDER, Colo. (INTELLIHUB) — The CNBC debate demonstrated to the American people exactly how corrupt the mainline media really is.
Check out the following exchange between Trump and a mod during Trump’s closing statement:
“Our country doesn’t win anymore,” said 2016 GOP Presidential Candidate Donald Trump during the debate Wednesday night.
“We lose on trade; we lose on ISIS; we lose on one of the worst deals I have ever seen negotiated of any kind […] Iran.”
“Let me give you one quick an example; these folks CNBC, they had it [the debate] down to three, three-and-a-half hours.”
“I just read today in the New York Times $250,000 for a thirty-second ad.”
“Nobody wants to watch three, three-and-a-half hours.”
“Everybody said it was going to be three, three-and-a-half hours, including them [CNBC] and in about two minutes I negotiated it down to two hours so we can get the Hell out of here […] and I’ll do that with the country.”
The CNBC moderator then fired back at Trump with a bald-faced lie saying, “Just for the record the debate was always going to be two hours.”
[Boos from the crowd as they heard CNBC’s lie]
Ladies and gentlemen you simply can not trust the mainstream media anymore.
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