According to David Bossie, the RNC is considering circumventing major networks if presidential debates aren’t overhauled.
The Republican National Committee would consider circumventing major television networks if the presidential debate process is not overhauled, Citizens United President David Bossie said Friday.
“We don’t need to count on just the networks,” Bossie told conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt. “There are so many opportunities out there, so many platforms out there that we can go to and partner with to get the message out.”
Bossie was light on the details about what GOP debates without a partner network would look like, noting that the RNC is still early in its process for 2024 debate planning. Officials from both political parties exert more control over how their respective primary debates are structured, something that Bossie — who is helping to lead the RNC reform effort — said his party is actively exploring.
The 2020 election cycle saw some of the worst debates of all time.
The moderators were all anti-Trump and the rules and questions raised regarding the unbiased nature of the debate.
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