The crowded and growing field of 2016 Republican presidential hopefuls is becoming problematic for networks hosting the GOP primary debates.
The pool of candidates is so large that Fox News has decided to limit its debate to the top 10 candidates as decided by a polling average.
Social media is having some fun with the high number of presidential hopefuls. One Twitter user even offered a fitting solution, tweeting:
— Doc Farmer (@Doc_Farmer) June 4, 2015
Others joined the game, tweeting:
— Phil Schoen (@PhilSchoen) June 4, 2015
— Donna (@DonnaHiles) June 4, 2015
— ThomRog1621 (@ThomRog1621) June 4, 2015
One Twitter user pointed out that the supposed solution involved just nine squares — just like the game show. So he got a little creative and tweeted:
— Andrew (@awsiegel) May 12, 2015
— David Roe (@dgroe17) June 5, 2015
Yeah, but in this case, there is no center square. It’s gonna need a bit more work.
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