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In her "Off the Record" commentary, Greta Van Susteren called on the media to hold 2016 candidates accountable on less "sexy," yet important issues, like preventing monopolies.

"The system is rigged against you, and it is getting worse!" Greta said.

She praised the Federal Trade Commission for opposing a merger between office supply chains Staples and Office Depot.

"We don't need more consumer pain that comes from monopolies," she said.

She said that while everyone is consumed with "the sexier topics," we should "multitask."

"Let's demand that the 2016 candidates also tell us: Will they commit to a robust antitrust division in their Justice Department to protect us? Or will they sell us out to big, big business?"

Watch the commentary above.

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