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Next Republican debate: What time, Which channel, 12th GOP debate being eagerly awaited now

Next Republican debate: What time, Which channel, 12th GOP debate being eagerly awaited now

Next Republican debate: What time, Which channel, 12th GOP debate being eagerly awaited now

Republican primary season is becoming clearer with every passing day. There are reasons to believe that only two hopefuls will be left in the fray. And now there is no confusion as to who is going to be these two candidates.

Ted Cruz is giving very tough fight to Donald Trump after lying low for quite some time. After doing very well in Super Tuesday, he strengthened his position as the main Trump challenger on Super Saturday when he won two states on Super Saturday 2016.

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There are reports that GOP financers are now putting their money on Ted Cruz as they don’t find Marco Rubio fit enough to take on Donald Trump. It must be kept in mind that Ted Cruz is the best funded Republican presidential hopeful. A New York Times report says “Mr. Cruz is the best financed candidate in the Republican race, beginning February with $13.6 million in cash on hand. Mr. Trump, a billionaire, has raised millions of dollars from small donors and lent himself millions more, including nearly $5 million in January. He paid out more than $11.5 million that month, the most sustained spending of his presidential bid so far”.
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The next debate will be held among the four remaining candidates including real estate baron Donald Trump, Ohio Gov. John Kasich and U.S. Sens. Marco Rubio of Florida and Ted Cruz of Texas. The four will debate Thursday, March 10, in Miami. CNN will broadcast GOP Debate Number 12, live from the University of Miami. The event is being co-sponsored by Salem Media Group and The Washington Times.

The debate will be held before very important Florida’s coveted March 15 winner-take-all primary.

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