Strait Talk: How Economic Policy Talk Could Bring Down Ben Carson

ABC News Contributors Matthew Dowd and LZ Granderson preview Wednesday night's third Republican Debate.
1:35 | 10/28/15

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Transcript for Strait Talk: How Economic Policy Talk Could Bring Down Ben Carson
The person who could fault the most promise is bad cards. Businesses nut whose real house at all. He didn't with a uniquely horrible things you can give the most deadly you have to work the most problems because of the bits that work a couple of weeks ago when he did so if you don't get it Ed that's where you where two weeks ago. I don't have any idea what you want you to piece together over these next two weeks it's gonna make you sound as if you have a plan. For this country. Because there are holes that the president has deep hole that you could attack and address you have to understand economics and parts deal. And on a global scale to communicate or hold your plan to address those holes at I don't know what kind and I noted that three times ago I'd have it. I agree with you and I think this is going to be probably I expect the most fireworks at this because of all the dynamics going by actually expected to be very sensitive because I think it's on CNBC its on business and economics. The moderate leaders who who I know are very good I think they're gonna keep in an even keel and that's why I agree you I think Ben Carson. As it is the greatest opportunity of losing out in this debate if you look at it then person's votes 80% of his vote say I'm not sure I'm gonna vote bankers I'm voting from now. And so I think this is a big night speaking as somebody this is a big this is a big night from that Ben Carson asked the show there's something more to them. And guess what he's done over the course the last six months. And I think so I think ban so I think he's a candidate that I ultimately think may become like Herman Cain can't weary rises and falls pretty quick I think I don't know.

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