What time is the Republican debate tonight: schedule, channel, start time, how to watch live
Donald Trump has said he is not fearful of anyone. He seems to be undefatigable. He talks, talks and talks and never get tired. His poll numbers too suggest he is riding a wave that seems to be always on the move, taking him higher and higher.
Despite every effort being made by the Republican establishment to dissuade Republican fans from him, his popularity doesnâ€™t give any impression it is on the wane. Instead everything that he does or says is taken by his fans without ever being questioned.
While it has made every Republican presidential hopeful wary of him, even Republican establishment is unable to speak a word against him openly. Nonetheless the real estate czar seems to be fearful of his nemesis in the form of Megyn Kelly.
Donald Trump seems to be so much fearful of the Fox News â€œThe Kelly Fileâ€ anochor Megyn Kelly that he has asked his supporters to tell him if he should go to the next Republican debate slated to be held on 28th January. It must be kept in mind that Megyn Kelly will be moderating the debate. Despite his latest antics Fox News chairman Roger Ailes expects Trump to be center stage on Thursday night at what is the last GOP debate before the all-important Iowa caucuses.
“From a political standpoint… the thing that makes sense for him is just to sit back. To stand up at this debate and say as little as possible. Because when you’re winning, you don’t want to stir the pot,” CNN anchor John Berman said on Tuesday’s “New Day.”
To make the debate all the more interesting Fox News Channel has roped in Google and the search giantâ€™s subsidiary Youtube to present the next GOP debate. The two-hour debate at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines, the candidatesâ€™ final meeting before the Feb. 1 lead-off caucuses in the Hawkeye State, will be broadcast from 9-11 p.m. ET.
Latest reports suggest that Fox News will use real-time Google trends and data to determine questions for the candidates. In addition, several YouTube stars (yet to be named) will be offered the chance to pose questions via videos. The debate will be moderated by â€œSpecial Reportâ€ anchor Bret Baier, â€œThe Kelly Fileâ€ anchor Megyn Kelly â€” the target of Donald Trumpâ€™s ire during the August GOP debate â€” and â€œFox News Sundayâ€ host Chris Wallace.Â Aside from online streaming, viewers have other options to tune in. They can watch via Fox News TV channel, Fox New radio, Fox News Mobile and FOX News Go app.