CNBC's Carl Quintanilla kicked off Wednesday's GOP debate with a simple question for all the participants: What's your biggest weakness?
He stipulated that candidates should answer "without telling us that you tried too hard or that you're a perfectionist." But that didn't stop the candidates from playing fast and loose with the meaning of the word "weakness." Here's how almost all of them awkwardly avoided answering:
Gov. John Kasich (R-OH): My biggest weakness is the other candidates.
"I want to tell you my great concern is we're on the verge of perhaps picking someone who cannot do this job."
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