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Representatives from 13 Republican campaigns met this weekend to discuss how best to avoid a repeat of the CNBC-moderated GOP primary debate, and they left the meeting with more than two dozen questions and recommendations for TV networks.

The candidate summit came just days after CNBC, which is owned by NBCUniversal, hosted what many in the press have characterized as a "disastrous," "horrible" and poorly run debate.

Working in tandem with Ben Ginsberg, a Republican attorney who has been acting as a go-between for the campaigns and the Republican National Committee, the candidates have produced a letter containing 28 very specific questions and recommendations for TV networks.

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