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Donald Trump Challenges Marco Rubio To A Size Contest

Trump holds up his two hands at the GOP presidential debate in Detroit
Trump holds up his two hands at the GOP presidential debate in Detroit

DETROIT, Michigan (The Adobo Chronicles, Washington Bureau) – You saw it all at last night’s Republican presidential debate. Donald Trump held up his two hands and asked the audience if they looked like small hands to them.  Then, referring to Marco Rubio’s previous comments that something else in Trump was mostly likely small as well, the frontrunner candidate assured everyone that there definitely wasn’t any problem down there.

Now, hours after that contentious albeit very entertaining debate in Detroit, Trump has challenged Rubio to a size contest.

“Let’s bare it all for the world to see who is big and who is small,” Trump said.

He was, of course, referring to the size of their brains.

Rubio has yet to accept the challenge.

BREAKING: Donald Trump Drops Out, Ted Cruz Is Next

Trump, Cruz, Rubio
Trump, Cruz, Rubio

DES MOINES, Iowa (The Adobo Chronicles) – Now it can be told. There was no Donald Trump in last night’s FOX News GOP presidential debate.  He has dropped out.

The runner-up in the GOP presidential polls has also hinted he’s next to quit.

For those who watched the televised debate, they know that Cruz threatened to leave the stage after he faced tough and persistent questioning from the moderators.  It is the closest indication yet that he is about to drop out of the race.

That would leave Senator Marco Rubio as the potential Republican nominee.

The circus is finally coming to and end, and will likely be replaced by a comedy of errors!

BEN CARSON’S PROPOSED NEW GOP PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE FORMAT

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Among Carson’s demands: dim, mood lighting

WASHINGTON, D.C. (The Adobo Chronicles ) – Following Wednesday’s poorly-managed GOP presidential debate hosted by CNBC, Republican presidential candidate, now frontrunner, Ben Carson, demanded that the Republican National Committee (RNC) change the entire debate format starting with the November 10 debate in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Carson told RNC that unless all his demands are met, he will not be participating in next month’s debate.

Carson’s demands:

  1. Only the top four candidates will be invited, presumably Donald Trump, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush and himself.
  2. The prime-time debate must be broadcast by all major cable and television networks, except CNBC. Being the richest of the candidates, Donald Trump will pay for the air time.
  3. There will be no commercial interruptions, just a moment of silence every thirty minutes.
  4. Being the frontrunner, Carson’s podium should be placed at least five feet away from the remaining three debaters (see photo).
  5. Carson wants dim, mood lighting throughout the debate (see photo).
  6. There will be no moderators. Instead, Carson will be asking all the questions of the three other candidates before answering each question himself.
  7. The three candidates will be allowed to ask each other a follow-up question, but they cannot ask Carson any question.
  8. Towards the end of the two-hour debate, the live audience and television viewers will be asked to vote on who they think won the debate.  The results will be announced at the conclusion of the telecast.
  9. The candidate that finishes last in the voting will immediately withdraw his candidacy.
  10. If Carson ends up last in the voting, he will remain as a candidate until the next scheduled debate.

The campaigns of Trump, Bush and Rubio, have not formally commented on Carson’s proposal.