Glenn Beck on Thursday floated several household names as potential questioners at a proposed Blaze debate.
Speaking to CNN host Don Lemon, Beck suggested entrepreneur Elon Musk and renowned economist Thomas Sowell ask the Republican candidates questions on the economy.
"I would be a moderator, but I would not be asking all the questions per se," Beck said. "I think people like Elon Musk should ask questions on the future of the economy. I think Thomas Sowell should ask questions about the economy."
"I think we should get Robby George from Princeton to talk about faith and the Constitution and ask very difficult, hard-hitting questions ... nobody is complaining. In fact, we are suggesting a much more difficult debate," the conservative personality added.
In addition to the individuals he listed tonight, Beck has said he'd also like to get the "greatest conservative minds" in America to question the candidates for a Blaze debate.
Beck suggested TheBlaze TV host the final Republican presidential debate after the Republican National Committee suspended ties with NBC News over frustrations with the CNBC debate.
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