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Topic - Randy Evans
EXCLUSIVE: While Republicans talked publicly about gaining more control over their presidential debates, a panel of Republican National Committee members conferred in secret for months to create rules and penalties that would ensure 2016 candidates toed the line, according to interviews and internal emails reviewed by The Washington Times.
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"Reince never appointed me to a secret committee," Mr. Evans wrote in a email to The Times. "As a pro-Debate member of the Rules Committee, I have been consulted as many others have — but there was no secret committee."
"This rule is a step in the direction of a solution," Mr. Evans said. "This is about control. The media control the moderators, the dates and times, topics and questions."