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What time is Republican debate 2016 tonight: Donald Trump agrees, start time, schedule and all you need to know

What time is Republican debate 2016 tonight: Donald Trump agrees, start time, schedule and all you need to know

What time is Republican debate 2016 tonight: Donald Trump agrees, start time, schedule and all you need to know

The next Republican presidential debate 2016 is going to be held tomorrow. Just before the New Hampshire primary the debate os very important for all the leading GOP presidential hopefuls.

Reality czar Donald Trump who boycotted the last GOP debate on Fox News and lost badly in the Iowa caucuses was giving tough time whether he will join the next debate or not.Donald-Trump

The absence from last debate seemed to have cost him deerly in Iowa. Nonetheless he seemed to have repented now. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said Friday he is ready to participate the next Fox News Republican debate after skipping the network’s previous debate held last week.
The billionaire businessman confirmed to Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly on “The O’Reilly Factor” he will be taking the stage at the March 3 debate in Detroit, despite previous objections to debate moderator Megyn Kelly.

Meanwhile the presidential hopeful admitted that his decision to skip the final debate before the Iowa caucuses could have cost him victory in the Hawkeye State.

He said that “I think some people were disappointed that I didn’t go into the debate,” said Trump.

The mercurial business magnate refused to attend in the Jan. 28 Fox News/Google debate in Des Moines due to a dispute with Fox News Channel. He cited the tone of press statements from the network about his possible pulling out of the debate, as well as issues with Kelly.

The February 6 Republican debate will probably have Ted Cruz, Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio and Chris Christie

Where : St. Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire
Republican Debate Start Time: 5 PM Pacific Time, 8 PM Eastern Time
Republican Debate Date: Feb 6, 2016
TV: ABC
Live Stream: ABC GO
The debate will be moderated by ABC News anchors David Muir and Martha Raddatz. WMUR Political Director Josh McElveen is expected to ask some questions.

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