It’s almost time for the eighth, count it, eighth, republican presidential debate! With Ted Cruz now in the lead, all bets are off — and things are going to get nasty. HollywoodLife.com has you covered with a live stream; click through to watch!
Ladies and gentlemen, are you ready for some serious political drama? The republican presidential candidates are about to duke it out yet again, this time at Anselm College in New Hampshire on February 6 at 8:00pm ET! We have a feeling that Donald Trump, 65, isn’t going to let this be an easy night for Ted Cruz, especially with the New Hampshire caucus coming on February 10! Click through to watch a live stream of the event!
This debate is going to look very different from the previous events; both Rand Paul and Mike Huckabee have dropped out of the race, and Carly Fiorina didn’t meet ABC’s qualifications to attend the debate! After the brutal, tense display at the Iowa caucus, this is going to be a make or break night for many of the candidates, some of whom only polled at two percent and below! CLICK HERE to watch the debate live stream!
It’s a fight for survival! This is the first debate since Cruz won the GOP Iowa caucus, and it’s likely that his fellow candidates will start going after him harder than ever with the caucus around the corner. Of course, this debate also brings the return of Trump to the debate stage, after he refused to attend the last, Fox News-hosted debate!
He’s going to be firing on all cylinders this time, likely lashing out at Cruz for stealing his Number 1 spot at the caucus, and slamming anyone else who dares to bring it up. But Trump is currently polling first in New Hampshire, according to Reuters; this means he’s still taking center stage.
Expect him to be flanked on both sides by Cruz and Rubio. Following that, come Jeb Bush, John Kasich, Chris Christie and Ben Carson. Along with Fiorina, Jim Gilmore didn’t make the cut for the debate. The candidates will be facing questions from moderators David Muir, the anchor of World News Tonight, and Martha Raddatz, co-achor of This Week with George Stephanopoulos.
HollywoodLifers, who do you think is going to win this debate? Tell us in the comments!