What time is the next GOP Republican debate: Start time, schedule, channel, CNN Feb 25 debate live streaming details
With Donald Trumpâ€™s stocks rising and Jeb Bush leaving the presidential nomination race abruptly, things have become more exciting for Republicans. Despite his lead in South Carolina primary, no one was expecting real estate czar Donald Trump to win by a big margin.
Nonetheless he defied all the naysayers and went on to win the primary with a landslide. Not just it was a one sided win, the margin of his victory was bigger than what any poll could have predicted.
Another interesting aspect of the primary in South Carolina was the surprise that was thrown by Marco Rubio. He went on to win the second highest support in the state, narrowly beating Ted Cruz for the second spot who had been giving tough time to Donald Trump and had won Iowa caucus.
In the meantime the field of Republican presidential candidates that initially had more than a dozen hopeful has narrowed down to just five. So in the next Republican debate we will see merely five debaters including frontrunner Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, John Kasich and Ben Carson.
The next GOP debate will be held Thursday in Houston, Texas. The debate will be aired Feb. 25 starting at 7:30 CST on CNN, Telemundo and Salem Radio. It will be hosted by CNN’s Wolf Blitzer. The debate is the final before the pivotal March 1 Super Tuesday primaries and comes just as Trump scored a strong showing in South Carolina, where he took all of the state’s 50 delegates.
The debate has been advanced by one day now. The CNN debate was originally slated for NBC for Feb. 26. The Republican National Committee changed its debate plans after what the party said were unfair questions and moderators during NBC’s previous GOP debate on Oct. 30. It’s the third Republican debate hosted by CNN. Its fourth is scheduled for March in Florida.