Debate organizers issue STUNNING statement about Monday’s debate…

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  1. Revmitchell

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    One aspect that is no longer just speculative — but has now been confirmed — was the issue Donald Trump raised about his audio during the debate. The GOP candidate had complained earlier in the week that his microphone wasn’t functioning properly at Monday’s debate.

    “And they also had, gave me a defective mic. Did you notice that? My mic was defective within the room,” he told a group of reporters afterward. “No, but I wonder, was that on purpose? Was that on purpose? But I had a mic that wasn’t worked properly, with, working properly within the room.”

    Of course, Hillary Clinton mocked Trump for his complaint about the mic, quipping: “Anybody who complains about the microphone is not having a good night.”

    Well, the Commission on Presidential Debates has just issued a surprise statement which appears to suggest Trump was, in fact, right about problems with his audio.

    http://www.allenbwest.com/michellej...izers-issue-stunning-statement-mondays-debate
     
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    It's interesting because .... well, what was the issue? His voice was heard clearly through the TV. Maybe it wasn't good for those in the "house"?
     
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    Howard Dean, the former Vermont governor and onetime Democratic National Committee chairman, offered a qualified apology Friday morning for his repeated insinuations this week that GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump might be a cocaine user.

    “I would be very willing to apologize, not to Donald Trump, but I don’t think using innuendo is a good thing,” Dean said in an appearance on MSNBC.

    Dean, who is a physician by profession, ignited controversy Monday night when he made remarks about Trump during the first presidential debate. Dean speculated on Twitter that Trump’s sniffling during the debate was the result of a cocaine habit.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/howard-dean-apologizes-trump-cocaine_us_57ee7121e4b0c2407cdd61f6

    Sniff sniff sniff is that a setup by the dems and their media sycophants I smell?
     
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    Any Republican offer an apology for the Parkinson's insinuation? Don't tell me that the Dems have more class than the Repubs?

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    Thank you ann. I still don't know what a defective mic would have to do with his sniffles our his inability to answer questions. In tv land, we heard more than enough of what he had to say just fine.

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