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Trump, Carson 'fantasy' policies derided in Republican debate
Published :Friday, 30 October, 2015,  Time : 12:00 AM  View Count : 14
BOULDER, Oct 29 : Republican frontrunners Donald Trump and Ben Carson were accused of peddling "fantasy" economic policies at their party's presidential debate on Wednesday, as less-known rivals managed to grab campaign limelight. Upstart Senator Marco Rubio caused a stir at the third Republican primary debate, fighting off a frontal attack from his one-time ally Jeb Bush, then calling the presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton a liar.
The 10 White House candidates on stage were quick with the personal barbs, sign of the rising tension between the country's established politicians and political neophytes Trump and Carson, who top the polls less than 100 days before the first statewide nominating contests.
"Folks, we got to wake up," said Ohio Governor John Kasich, raising an alarm at the outset.
"We cannot elect somebody that doesn't know how to do the job. You have to pick somebody who has experience."
The language appeared clearly aimed at Trump, a real estate billionaire, and the retired neurosurgeon Carson, who were the targets of early brickbats as candidates ripped into their policy plans. ?AFP

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