Aug 07, 2015

The Biggest Reality Show on Earth: The 2016 Republican Presidential Debates | Critical Blast

Okay, go ahead and ask the inevitable question: Why in the world is CriticalBlast delving into political coverage? Well, that's a very good question. I could say that it's technically political theater, but you'd see right through that. But the truth is that this door was opened by reality star host of THE APPRENTICE, Donald Trump. So we thought it would be fun to sort of grade the speakers...

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