Fox News Debate Candidates List Written By Drunk Reince Preibus, Belligerent Roger Ailes

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK (The Nil Admirari) - Earlier today, TNA learned the ten Republican presidential candidates chosen to participate in the tonight's debate on Fox News were not selected based on national poll numbers, but chosen by Fox News President Roger Ailes and dictated to Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus, who were both inebriated. The two had dinner on Monday night at the posh New York City restaurant the Old Homestead Steakhouse, and made the list of the "in" and "out" candidates over multiple servings of alcohol and filet mignon.

"Mr. Ailes and Mr. Priebus were laughing and talking loud enough for everyone to hear them. They spent over $3,000 on alcohol before anything was written "to get ready to decide what clowns are in the circus," which was what Mr. Priebus said. Once they were ready, Mr. Ailes made Mr. Priebus write the list, because he said he was 'way too drunk' to do it himself," said an anonymous source present at the Old Homestead Steakhouse that night.

The list dictated by Fox News President Roger Ailes to RNC Chairman Reince Priebus,
which decided what candidates participated in tonight's debate on Fox "News" (Above).

The source continued, "Mr. Ailes kept yelling at a very drunk Mr. Priebus to 'just write, you drunken idiot,' even though Mr. Ailes seemed to be reading from a list he already had on his phone. Mr. Priebus was way more drunk, and an extremely forceful Mr. Ailes totally took advantage of that fact and kept the liquor coming. I saw Mr. Priebus crying near the end of dinner."

TNA obtained the hard copy of the list dictated to Mr. Priebus by Fox News President Roger Ailes, which was left on the table. The candidates selected for the 9pm debate tonight were listed under the heading 'In,' and the seven candidates relegated to a one hour discussion on Fox News at 5pm today were listed under the heading 'Out.'

Both Mr. Priebus and Mr. Ailes refused to reply to our requests for comment on the list, including our inquiries regarding how at least two forms of alcohol, meat stains, human blood, and white correction fluid ended up on the list.


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