What time is the Republican debate tonight: who is in, who is out, start time, schedule, Channel, how to watch live
Republican Presidential debate tomorrow is going to be a tough debate indeed. While it is expected that like all the previous five debates Donald Trump is going to come out stronger once again, other presidential hopefuls too will be sparing no efforts to put him down.
The fireworks from Donald Trump are going to continue. It was Jeb Bush who was able to stand against him head and shoulder in the last debate. Will Jeb Bush be able to repeat his excellent performance in tomorrowâ€™s Republican debate?
He has been rather very inconsistent thus far, but Republican establishment must be praying that he improves over his performance and comes out as aggressive and self assured leader who can look like a commander in chief. Republicans have usually loved aggressive personalities and a submissive Jeb Bush may not be to the liking of the part support base.
When: Thursday, Jan. 14
Where: North Charleston Coliseum and Performing Arts Center, North Charleston, South Carolina.
Time: Undercard debate starts at 6 p.m. (ET); main debate begins at 9 p.m. (ET)
Hosted by: Fox Business Network
Airs on: Fox Business Network – (DirecTV – channel 359); (Dish Network – channel 206); (ATT U-verse – channel 211) â€“ or click here to check the channel finder for your area.
You can watch the live streaming of the debate on FoxBusiness.com or you can watch via the Fox News app.
Moderators: Neil Cavuto and Editor Maria Bartiromo will moderate the main debate while Sandra Smith and Trish Regan will moderate undercard
Main debate, who is in