What time is the Republican debate tonight? GOP Fox presidential debate time, schedule, live stream details
Tuesdayâ€™s GOP debate will have long term ramifications on the prospects of the presidential hopefuls in the coming days. After the third debate, that seemed to have soured after open accusation by candidates of media bias against CNBC journalists, the fourth debate is being anxiously awaited.
Not just Republican fans are eager to see the debate, candidatesâ€™ point of views and how they react to accusations, even Democrats are similarly eager to find out who may end up as final Republican candidate to take on Democratic opponent.
Ben Carson and Marco Rubio who seem to have strengthened their claim will be tested against a resurgent Donald Trump who has substantially added to his fan base after hosting Saturday Night Live. Irrespective of the fact you love or hate him, you have to admit that he has a way with media that no other has. When in front of camera, he seems to be far more dexterous and articulate than any other Republican hopeful.
There are reasons to believe that Ben Carson is giving tough time to billionaire Donald Trump. A recent McClatchy-Marist Poll says that Carson is actually slightly ahead nationally, Trump close, Rubio climbing and Cruz not too far behind.
There is no denying the fact that tonightâ€™s GOP debate will have a very different look. The main stageâ€™s eight contenders in the yearâ€™s fourth GOP debate is the smallest yet, as Chris Christie, the governor of New Jersey, and Mike Huckabee, the former governor of Arkansas, failed to qualify. They will not be the part of the main debate.
Though economy is doing better than before, it is going to be the focus of the debate. In the meantime people wonder if Rubio will be able to keep the interest in him sustained. A report says, â€œHis surge to prominence last month began with his passionate, pointed debate defense of his Senate voting record. Jeb Bush, the former Florida governor, kept tumbling after his wan challenge to Rubio, a U.S. senator from Florida. Since then, Rubioâ€™s faced questions about using a Republican Party credit card for personal expenses while in the Florida legislature. Saturday, his campaign released an accounting of the expenses, and chances are Rubio will be armed with pointed responses to any criticâ€.
Main segment: 9-11 tonight
Secondary: 7-8 tonight
TV: Fox Business Network
Where: Milwaukee Theater, Milwaukee