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September 26th, 2013
03:06 PM ET

Carney to reporter: Let's go on 'Crossfire'

(CNN) – White House spokesman Jay Carney seems to have a new favorite strategy for ending heated exchanges with reporters in the press briefing room.

For the second time this month, Carney on Thursday challenged a reporter to a debate on CNN's "Crossfire."

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  1. Bob

    Your debaters are all talking and yelling at the same time. I cannot make heads or tails out of what anyone is saying therefore, I don't get anything out of the debates. Couldn't you allocate a certain amount of time to each debater so he or she can give their views so the viewers can understand and form an opinion and take sides.
    Thank you
    Bob Serrao

    September 26, 2013 at 8:34 pm | Reply
    • john

      I agree with you, there is no civilized behavior on any of those talking head shows and after viewing last years presidential debates. It is a complete waste of time to listen to them. I guess interrupting when another is presenting his views is the new norm. What can you expect with respect and dignity for others is in decline .

      September 29, 2013 at 12:54 am | Reply

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