From the November 2 edition of CNN's New Day:
ALISYN CAMEROTA: Let's talk about why free-wheeling debates are important because sometimes things come out and candidates end up tripping themselves up. And, you know, voters like to see that. They like a little window into that. And this very thing happened with Carly Fiorina. In the CNBC debate, she used a statistic, she said that 92 percent of the jobs lost during Barack Obama's first term were women. We challenged her about that on New Day. She shot back and then this weekend, she had to correct herself.
CAMEROTA: So, Mark, I mean, just one example there, but isn't the that the point of debates, to see --
CHRIS CUOMO: It's actually two examples because you nailed her on this point and others went after her, too. She attacked you for asking the question. This same thing happened about Planned Parenthood. She said the liberal media didn't like it. No, she cited something that wasn't an abortion, that'd been put in there by the producers of that film. And she should have known that.