UPDATE: CNBC agreed Friday to Trump's demand that the debate be two hours and include opening and closing statements.

Carly Fiorina said on "The Kelly File" tonight that her fellow Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump and Ben Carson are complaining about the length of the upcoming CNBC debate because they're worried about answering questions for three hours.

She said that with ten presidential candidates, that actually isn't that much time, and the American people want more debates.

Fiorina noted that Trump and Carson also requested opening and closing statements at the debate.

"Prepared statements are what politicians do. Honestly, here are two outsiders, supposedly, Donald Trump and Ben Carson. They sound a lot like politicians tonight to me," Fiorina said.

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