Hugh Hewitt: Donald Trump's Criticism Won't Change My Questions For CNN Debate

Donald Trump called conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt a “third-rate radio announcer”, but Hewitt says the criticism won’t affect his plans for the Sept. 16 Republican debate on CNN.

The Trump-Hewitt spat offers another subplot for the much-anticipated debate and comes on the heels of the Donald’s quarrel with the previous debate’s co-moderator, Fox News host Megyn Kelly. Hewitt’s employer, Salem Media Group, is partnering with CNN on the debate and he’ll be asking a few questions along with CNN correspondent Dana Bash. CNN anchor Jake Tapper will moderate the debate, which is broken up among first and second-tier candidates. Trump, the front-runner, will of course be a major prime-time attraction for a network hoping to break all-time ratings records.


Hugh Hewitt: Donald Trump's Criticism Won't Change My Questions For CNN Debate