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Ted Cruz Gets in Heated Exchange with CNBC Moderator

Presidential claimant US Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) delivered maybe a biggest acclaim line of Wednesday’s Republican presidential discuss when he slammed CNBC’s moderators for seeking “cage match” questions.

CNBC judge Carl Quintanilla asked Cruz about his tough voting record in a Senate, doubt him about either he was a problem-solver.

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But Cruz forked to what he deemed astray questions during a initial hour of a debate.

“Let me contend something during a outset: The questions that have been asked so distant in this discuss illustrate because a American people don’t trust a media,” Cruz said.

He continued: “This is not a enclosure match. And we demeanour during a questions: ‘Donald Trump, are we a comic-book villain? Ben Carson, can we do math? John Kasich, will we insult dual people over here? Marco Rubio, why don’t we resign? Jeb Bush, because have your numbers fallen?’ How about articulate about a concrete issues.”

The assembly roared in approval.

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