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Republican debate in Detroit tonight live: what time, on which network

Republican debate in Detroit tonight live: what time, on which network

Republican debate in Detroit tonight live: what time, on which network

Republican presidential debate is set to get going later tonight. The debate is going to be all fire as top three remaining presidential hopefuls are going to fight badly in tonight’s debate.

The debate is going to be more intense as Fox News’ top presenter Megyn Kelly is going to moderate the debate tonight. Others who will be moderating besides Kelly are Chris Wallace and Bret Baier.

Kelly’s name is being mentioned so often as she had a heated discussion with Donald Trump, the Republican front runner in the early debate during the primary season.
Melania Trump
In February when asked what she wanted to ask Donald Trump in next debate, Kelly said, “The only thing I really wanted to ask him was — he recently said that his supporters are so devoted to him that he could go in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody and he wouldn’t lose a single voter. In response, I want to ask him, ‘Were you talking about me?’ ”

Donald Trump must get prepared to face Megyn Kelly today. When asked what she will ask in next debate, Kelly said that she had an opening question prepared for Trump. “I’m gonna start with, ‘Apology accepted,’ ” she joked, before adding, “I’m looking forward to him coming. All the questions I had for him the last go-round, I’m just gonna move over to the March 3 debate rundown. We’re gonna have at it, just like I’ve had at it with all the other guys…who’ve been up there. It’s gonna be a robust exchange and I think he’s gonna walk away saying, ‘What was my problem?'”

Four presidential hopefuls are going to be part of the debate. The 11th Republican presidential debate of the 2016 race will feature candidates Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and John Kasich squaring off in Detroit. The debate is being run by Fox News.

Republican lineup has narrowed down to four from one and half dozen hopefuls. The Republican field was once 17 candidates wide. Tonight, only four are left on stage. Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson decided to not take part after a poor showing on Super Tuesday, and some expect him to end his campaign soon.

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