CNN lays out rules ahead of next Democratic debate

CNN lays out rules ahead of next Democratic debate

CNN laid out the rules for the next set of Democratic presidential debates. The forums, which will air live on July 30 and 31, will include colored lights to help candidates manage the length of their responses, and any candidate who consistently interrupts will have their talking time reduced. In a break from last month’s debate, CNN will not ask show-of-hand questions.

Unity.Nat 6 months

Jeb:Clap Please

Lover 6 months

"CNN lays out rules for debate"!? Headline may as well have said, "Pravda elected as Ministry of Truth".

Pariahwulfen 6 months

I'm more curious as to who is going to have early access to the debate questions.

Sir_Kutz 6 months

It’s all a farce.

ICblades 6 months

corporate media isn't the place for debates it should be a cspan or other public access station only. these corporate events only support the narrative that corporate media is some how unbiased or neutral.

Nonya Buizniz
Nonya Buizniz 6 months

Ha. Ha. Ha. CNN’s article talked about themselves in the third person.

Andrew 1010
Andrew 1010 6 months

Yeah like you'll be better than MSNBC you'll probably just as shit. And intrusively censor candidates such as Andrew Yang and Tulsi Gabbard. I expect around 250 Please clap moments for this debate... I wouldn't be surprised if there were more than that.

Eric Butler
Eric Butler 6 months

Will Yang be allowed to speak this time?

Mark East
Mark East 6 months

CNN always finding a way to prop up establishment Democrats and screw over progressives

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