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Ben Carson: “The Launch of The Cruz Missile” at CNBC Debate was a “Brilliant Move”

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Ben Carson, while defending his campaign strategy on Fox News Sunday, said “The Launch of The Cruz Missile” during Wednesday’s debate hosted by CNBC was a “brilliant move.”

“The Launch of The Cruz Missile, and when Sen. Cruz chastised them specifically pointed out what they were doing… brilliant move,” Carson said.

Cruz ripped the CNBC moderator for blatant bias questioning during the GOP debate in Boulder, Colorado on Wednesday October 28, 2015.

However, ultimately, Dr. Carson was defending his campaign strategy and move to regulate forums during the interview on Fox News Sunday, calling the debate a joke, with biased moderators and unfair speaking time formatting.

“This was so bad that even the RNC will recognize that it was a mistake,” Dr. Ben Carson said about Wednesday’s debate hosted by CNBC. “And maybe we need to be looking for a better way to do this; a way that will advance us rather than the other party.”

In fact, RNC Chair Reince Priebus announced Friday that he is “suspending the partnership” with NBC News for the upcoming February debate, replacing them with National Review. Priebus broke the news in a letter to NBC News Chairman Andrew Lack–viewable here–following the blatantly bias CNBC debate.

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