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the Democrats have the ultimate super pac to call the mainstream media itera gold in the GOP race twenty sixteen candidates demand in the party give them more control over the format of Republican debate after the one last week on CNBC widely panned as a free for all I never said I think there are growing apart antemedian in Virginia Sunday night officials from eleven presidential campaign said they want opening and closing statements to be a required part of the debate format and equal time for all the contenders planting a brewing rebellion Republican National Committee chairman Reinke pretty best was quick to condemn CNBC Perth handling of the debate firing off a statement accusing the financial news network of bad faith the party also dumped NBC from hosting a debate in February and appointed a top official to take charge of negotiating with the network , but for the candidate it's not good enough they want the RNC to step aside and let them call the shots the changes would take effect after the next debate to be held on the fox business network on November tenth