Federalist Publisher and Fox News Contributor Ben Domenech railed the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) Wednesday as an outdated antique.
RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel pledged the party would advise future presidential nominees to refuse cooperation with the debate commission absent changes.
Given the partisan nature of the selected debate moderators, it’s difficult not to view the latest attempts to silence foreign policy discussion through the prism of anti-Trumpism.
NBC White House reporter Kristen Welker possesses all the signature features of a Beltway journalist, making her the perfect fit for the Debate Commission.
By now it’s clear that the debate commission has exposed its own obvious biases on behalf of the Democrats this fall.
Dole said while there are professing Republicans on the Commission on Presidential Debates, “none of them support” President Donald Trump.
Co-Chair Frank Fahrenkopf claims debate moderator Steve Scully’s bizarre tweet, or an apparent failed attempt at a direct message, was the work of a hacker.
Despite Scully’s history working for Joe Biden and Democratic Sen. Ted Kennedy, the Commission on Presidential Debates chose him to moderate the second presidential debate in Miami.
Under the guise of maintaining ‘orderly discussion,’ the commission wants to give liberal moderators the ability to mute Trump.
The average age of the Commission’s Board of Directors is over 70, and their preferences of a bygone era shows.
If the commission fails to schedule a fourth debate for the first week of next month, the campaign has asked the debate scheduled for Oct. 22 be moved up.
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