Strait Talk: Matt & LZ on Why Nothing Will Change After the 5th GOP Debate

ABC News contributors Matthew Dowd and LZ Granderson break down Tuesday night's Republican presidential debate.
1:35 | 12/16/15

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Transcript for Strait Talk: Matt & LZ on Why Nothing Will Change After the 5th GOP Debate
One of those nine. Is going to be the leader of the country's one of the country's major party's unity that's a fact right. And they will likely face Hillary Clinton will have another debate as we said Saturday night in New Hampshire yes tune in will be before and after. Straight talk and send us before what you might want to talk about. The one of them will be so we walked into this race we walking to guys we talked about before are Donald chop with leader by a pretty large amount Ted Cruz. It was starting to rise Marco Rubio has been in in waiting ready to rise more. And the other candidates trying to have a breakout moment Perry at last gasp of Jeb Bush. If he if he had aghast I don't think this debate this or ball caught talking Vito I don't think this there were great this debate two hours. Change the dynamics of the race finale at all I think we going to Christmas a lot of the new year pretty much where we are. I I thought. For the most part or what was it assignment from looked bad. And that hasn't heard from at all he has a very good job and I don't know combination. Can be cognizant that he doesn't always talking about us we shouldn't get involved in certain arguments or moderator is forwarded readings and reads in this products incorporated have a certain arguments. But I think he would like for twenty plus minute stretch in which didn't state any being. In a two hour debate deported front runner to go bass on all fronts the right without saying anything. About what is considered the most preeminent conversational today which is foreign policy and terrorism. Isms are spouting some.

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