From the September 20 edition of Fox News' Outnumbered:
HARRIS FAULKNER (CO-HOST): So, your question was about the vagueness of it all. I guess, looking on the bright side, it means you can cover a lot of topics, but it also leave a lot of room for people to kind of go in one direction and maybe look at the drama more than the substance because it's not being driven by -- and to borrow a word from Josh Earnest today -- the narrative of having more succinct topics.
MEGHAN MCCAIN (CO-HOST): I want to say something that's a little politically incorrect, but one one of the things I'm actually curious about is how healthy Hillary Clinton is going to look, if she's going to get into a coughing fit, if she's going to look tired. I actually think this will be something that's really important and pivotal. Ambassador Bolton, you're shaking your head. Do you agree with me?
JOHN BOLTON: No, I think that's right. I have to say, I don't like these debates at all. I don't like the debates that occurred in the primary season.
FAULKNER: You don’t like the debates?
MCCAIN: You can watch it with me, I make it fun.
BOLTON: I haven't liked it for about 50 years. I think it ought to be a real debate between the candidates. I think Trump is onto something here.
SANDRA SMITH (CO-HOST): Moderators out?
BOLTON: Let me ask you a key question. Who moderated the Lincoln-Douglas debates? Nobody. There was a time keeper. That's all there was, and that's what we ought to go back to.