Everyone’s got questions. CNBC’s crew faced the Republican Ten for about an hour last evening until finding themselves in a no-man’s land. In front of them were the candidates who turned the tables on them, asserting that old standby “media bias.” Behind them was a very un-Boulder-like audience (18 percent of Boulder County’s voters are Republicans, and having lived there, I’d wager most live outside the city of Boulder) who cheerfully turned on the questioners as well. CNBC’s Becky Quick, John Harwood, and Carl Quintanilla were lucky to escape that crowd after the second hour.
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