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Between the RNC in two TV networks RNC chair -- dream is demanding CNN and NBC pull the plug on upcoming movies about former secretary of state Hillary Clinton.
Movies are set to air before the next presidential election and right now -- previous is given the networks an ultimatum he joins us nice to see is served.
Hey Greta from Wisconsin tonight.
And that's my favorite state as you know I am tell me.
How you have sent a letter off to NBC and CNN.
And what -- you said that letter.
Well basically we let them know that number one were disappointed that they're putting movies together and afford a mini series in one case about.
You know the life and times of Hillary Clinton when they know darn well.
That she's gearing up for at least -- people are acting like they're gearing up that she's running for president so what what I laid out I think it's pretty reasonable I said let.
You can go forward in producing and putting his movies on the air and then we're gonna go forward and exclude you from participating.
And being a moderator and a producer of our debates moving forward in the next primary season.
I think it's pretty reasonable I don't know why our party hasn't stood up sooner for this but I'm starting now and I think it's about time.
That our party stands up for itself and and calls this out that I think is totally inappropriate.
What mechanics and I can you do it sort of unilateral or -- to go back we are -- let's -- and let's say that NBC and CNN.
Right back and say we're still gonna do it one of the -- Well first of -- I think they -- they will do that and the mechanics will be that we will cut them out so here's what will happen.
At some point the RNC is going to put together a debate calendar the calendar is going to include a certain amount of debates let's just say eight debates okay.
We'll figure out more with media outlets and moderator is and we'll figure out with a moderate is a going to be.
Who the producers will be what media outlets will be involved and then we're gonna have a set calendar.
And our candidates are going to be able to compete in those debates and that we're gonna have to set -- set -- rules in place that say luck.
The to the candidates you can compete in these debates if you want to but if you can compete if you compete in debates other than the ones in the calendar.
There are going to be consequences for violating this -- calendar.
And like what's -- well -- -- candidates go to CNN and say we're gonna do a -- debate with Maria mustard and we say than what -- what can do to them.
Hypothetically you can you can take delegates away hypothetically can give rewards -- you can have bonus delegates you can have.
A 20% reduction of every time you violate the debate calendar mean you can make it.
-- you can make their penalty in the provisions.
As broad as you want to make them.
My view is and I'm speaking for myself here that we have to draft debate rules that are going to hold in place the debate calendar.
The moderator shows and and it and I think the rules have to be such that the candidates have to comply with the calendar just put in place.
Why don't -- because you remembered amid.
These are the problem was they were huge ratings -- I mean I -- these these debates are hugely valuable to the networks and a huge ratings say that totally spiked.
-- and a problem before was that if you get ten people running for president and nine at -- ten raise their hand for any two hour block.
Given regardless of who the the moderator is regardless of what the intentions are.
Of bit of the company hosting the debates you can't expose your party in your candidates in this nonsense anymore.
And we're gonna put an end to -- it's gonna take some time we're gonna put rules in place that -- that force.
Adherence to the debate calendar.
And we're gonna -- -- the nomination for president to that talent.
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All right take care.