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Fox News Republican GOP debate tonight: Donald Trump vs Megyn Kelly what time, channel, live stream

Fox News Republican GOP debate tonight: Donald Trump vs Megyn Kelly what time, channel, live stream

Fox News Republican GOP debate tonight: Donald Trump vs Megyn Kelly what time, channel, live stream

Will Marco Rubio announce the suspension of his Presidential nomination campaign? If you talk to political analysts, there is no chance at all that he will take this step.

On the contrary, despite winning just a single state in the primary season –almost 16 states have already voted for primaries and caucuses –he is the only one hoping to be backed by the Republican establishment.

Ted Cruz, another republican presidential hopeful, who in Super Tuesday 2016 polling won four states including Texas and Alaska is going strong and believes he can beat the billionaire businessman in the nomination fight in the days ahead.

Republican debate 2016So far the difference in delegate count of Donald Trump and Ted Cruz is less than 100. While Donald Trump has won 320 delegates, Ted Cruz has won 230 delegates while Marco Rubio has just crossed 100 delegate mark.

From more than a dozen Republican presidential hopefuls there are merely four candidates left. Retired neurosurgeon and evangelical Christian motivational speaker Ben Carson dropped out of the race on Wednesday, leaving only four candidates to take the stage Thursday for the latest GOP presidential primary debate. The fourth wheel, as it were, is Ohio Gov. John Kasich, whose best finishes are second place in New Hampshire and Vermont.

Many people believe that Republican Party will be rejuvenated by Donald Trump. To be true, his supporters believe his success so far in the GOP presidential primaries heralds a rebirth of the real Republican Party. Others disagree. Trump appears to be gliding toward the nomination on an endless wave of outrage at the political status quo and free media. He’s brought thousands of voters out to the polls who have no respect for conservative intellectual traditions and love Trump’s nativist, strong-man posturing. As a result, a lot of Republican Party insiders are publicly working their way through the stages of grief. Most of them are past denial and are wallowing in either anger or depression”.

The 11th Republican debate is scheduled for Thursday at 9 p.m. ET at The Fox Theater in Detroit, Michigan. The debate will air on Fox News, Fox News Radio, and all of the network’s mobile apps. You can also stream it with no login required at FoxNews.com.

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