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The Republican Party is threatening to exclude CNN and NBC from future presidential debates.
Over plans for films about Hillary Clinton.
Now he's even talking about controlling who moderates the debates chief political correspondent Carl Cameron tells us what's going on -- NBC plans a four part miniseries on Hillary Clinton and CNN's developing a full length feature for theaters.
-- -- -- are boosting Clinton according to the Republican National Committee chairman.
Whose latest video warns that if the projects aren't canceled GOP plans to let the two networks broadcast -- sixteen primary debates will be.
They're going to spend millions of dollars promoting -- democratic candidates.
Then we'll just shut -- modified today from the sun doesn't Verizon -- with CNN and NBC.
Both networks accuse the currency of overreacting.
CNN statement said quote instead of making premature decisions about a project that is in the very early stages of development.
We would encourage the members of the Republican national committee to reserve judgment until they know more.
NBC has already cast actress Diane Lane as Clinton.
But wrote the script has not been written it would be premature to draw any conclusions -- make assumptions about it at this time.
But even some Clinton insiders have suggested the networks rethink their plans -- NBC news chief White House correspondent Chuck Todd trashed his network's planned this morning.
Arguing it will damage the perception of its news division.
This is why this miniseries is a whole nightmare pregnancy news people are gonna see the peacock -- CNBC and AC NBC news and they think.
Well they can't be that separate.
In a column title -- -- is right the New York Times -- liberal columnist Maureen Dowd wrote quote.
Films can dramatically Alter the way famous people are viewed making them cooler more glamorous more sympathetic and the reverse.
GOP candidates railed against liberal bias and some of the 2012 primary debates 2016 White House -- Kentucky senator Rand Paul says the concerns remain justified.
The question is.
Are you gonna get a fair shake and I think it's a reasonable question for Republicans ask.
But historically national political parties have had no control over presidential primary debates the media sometimes -- with other organizations -- the terms.
-- the candidates decided it's in their political best interest to take part.
Or stay on the sideline threat.
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