Tonight on "The Kelly File," Megyn spoke to registered Republican voters about the frustration many Americans feel with Washington politics.

Megyn pointed out that nearly all the GOP presidential candidates tried to position themselves as "Washington outsiders" during last night's debate.

"The people are tired right now of what's going on in Washington, D.C.," one man said. "We've been betrayed in the last two elections. The last two elections, they promised to do something, and they didn't carry it through."

Another man explained that he's more concerned about good policy, which can come from an insider or an outsider.

A woman added that she fears qualified candidates like Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz are being overlooked because people are so focused on non-establishment candidates like Donald Trump.

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