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Republican debate tonight live on Fox News: What time, which channel 11th GOP debate

Republican debate tonight live on Fox News: What time, which channel 11th GOP debate

Republican debate tonight live on Fox News: What time, which channel 11th GOP debate

Republican debate has become very important and Donald Trump, the Republican front runner is going to come out fuming. He needs to be angry.

Republicans seem to be ganging up against him right now after his unprecedented and rather unexpected success in the primary season thus far.

Mitt Romney is a season politician who knows the nuances of the governance far too well. He has said that Donald Trump is phony and his promises are as good as a degree from Trump University. We all know the whole truth behind the Trump University.

Republican leadership seems to be determined to block Trump the path to the nomination. Mitt Romney while tearing into Trump said, “I predict that there are more bombshells in his tax returns. I predict that he doesn’t give much if anything to the disabled and to our veterans. I predict that he told the New York Times that his immigration talk is just that: talk. And I predict that despite his promise to do so, first made over a year ago, he will never ever release his tax returns. Never. Not the returns under audit, not even the returns that are no longer being audited. He has too much to hide. Nor will he authorize the Times to release the tapes. If I’m right, you will have all the proof you need to know that Donald Trump is a phony,” Romney said during the speech”.

Despite the opposition and Republican leadership’s antipathy towards the billionaire businessman Trump has now won around Republican state nominating contests. That’s six more than Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and nine more than Florida Sen. Marco Rubio.

He has been able to beat almost everyone including his closet Republican rival Ted Cruz. He has outlived more than the dozen-plus other Republicans who ran for president in this cycle. 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.

Republican Presidential Debate

When: Thursday, March 3, 2016

Time: 9 p.m. Eastern, 6 p.m. Pacific

Channel: Fox News Channel (Portland-area Comcast Xfinity Channel 48 and 748; Dish Network Channel 205); also available through the Fox News app.

Where: Fox Theater, Detroit

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