What time is the Republican debate tomorrow night: FOX TV debates 2016 schedule, time and all you need to know
The forthcoming Republican Presidential debate is of paramount importance for all the Republican presidential hopefuls. While Donald Trumpâ€™s surge is yet to be stopped despite all efforts by GOP leadership, a bad performance from him may see his stocks going down.
The next debate slated to be held merely two days from now â€“January 14 â€“will be the sixth debate as far as Republican Party is concerned. As many as six more debates will be held after this debate.
While the Democratic debates have lacked luster, the Republican debates have attracted more attention from audience and political observers. While the Democratic race is all but settled in favor of Hillary Clinton, almost a dozen Republican hopefuls are trying to outdo and berate each other as much as possible. It is a sort of no hold barred fight and this is what that has kept their debates all the more attractive for not just Republican fans, but for Independents and Democrats too.
From the beginning of the primary season a total of 12 primary debates were scheduled by the Republican National Committee ahead of the Republican National Convention that kicks off on July 18 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio.
The nest Republican debate will be held on January 14 at the North Charleston Coliseum and Performing Arts Center inNorth Charleston, South Carolina. This debate is going to be hosted by the FOX Business Network and will broadcast live on your local FOX TV. Live stream coverage will be available on FOXBusiness.com. Download the Fox News App and watch the entire debate and post-show coverage on your Apple iPad, iPhone, Android device or Windows phone.
Like the previous Republican debates, the next debate too will be divided in two parts with low performing candidates will face off at 6 p.m. ET, followed by the primetime debate at 9 p.m. ET that will include a rumored six candidates. Tune in to FBNâ€™s Lou Dobbs Tonight on Monday, January 11 at 7 p.m. ET for the roster announcement for both debates. Neil Cavuto, Maria Bartiromo will moderate the primetime debate.