W&W on the Radio: The GOP Debates — Had Enough?

The sheer number of GOP debates this season has allowed underfunded candidates to shine and front-runners the chance to sink or swim. But the drama, bickering and occasional pettiness has invited comparisons to reality shows. With Jon Huntsman and Jeb Bush among those publicly wondering whether the party's candidates have been hurt, not helped, by their introduction on the national stage, the party may be reaching a consensus that it's time to put a brake on the debates. Join Kristen Soltis and myself for the latest Wilshire & Washington on the Radio, which you can listen to here, or on the link below.

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