MSNBC’s O’Donnell Whines ‘No Actual’ POTUS Skills Come Up in Debate, Rules Favor ‘Weaker’ One


<p><em>See more in the <a href="…; target="_blank">cross-post</a> on the NewsBusters blog.</em></p>

<p>Minutes before the pre-debate instructions commenced on Monday&rsquo;s first 2016 presidential debate, MSNBC personality Lawrence O&rsquo;Donnell griped to his cohorts and viewers that rules and time limits make it &ldquo;actually more burdensome&rdquo; for the more substantive candidate while the debates showcase<strong> &ldquo;no actual presidential skills&rdquo;</strong> for who would be best for the job.</p>

<p>MSNBC breaking news and<em> The 11th Hour</em> host Brian Williams teed up O&rsquo;Donnell by informing viewers that he <strong>&ldquo;also finds some of the rules for tonight&#39;s event interesting&rdquo; </strong>to say the least.&nbsp;</p>

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