The Republican presidential contenders are going head to head for the first time since Donald Trump’s crushed the field with his recent win New Hampshire. There should be plenty of fireworks at their South Carolina debate and we’ve got the way you can watch it go down LIVE!
Everyone’s going to be going after a jubilant Donald Trump, 69, when the South Carolina Republican debate goes down at the Peace Center in Greenville Feb. 13, just one week ahead of the states Feb. 20 primary. After The Donald took the recent New Hampshire by a commanding percentage, contenders like Senators Marco Rubio, 44, and Ted Cruz, 45 are going to be charging hard after finishing towards the back of the pack in the Granite State. So get ready to watch at 9pm EST and keep reading for how you can see the Live Stream.
There should be plenty of venom going back and forth between Donald and Ted, and even though the real estate tycoon will have plenty of swagger after winning their last race. He’s still feeling enough heat from the Texas Senator that he’s threatened to sue him over his citizenship status if Ted’s negative campaigning against him didn’t stop. So look for the big D to bring up the birther issue again, even though the last time he did that in a debate he got booed. CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE FEB. 13 REPUBLICAN DEBATE LIVE STREAM.
It should be interesting to see if Marco will be able to shake off the robotic performance he had at the New Hampshire debate, which voters clearly noticed and his numbers were far lower than projected. Hopefully he’ll break his horrible habit of having one political catch phrase – usually a diss at President Obama – and using it over and over. He promised in his concession speech on Feb. 9 that he saw how much it hurt him in the polls and vowed to change things up. Get Marco’s “An American Son: A Memoir” by clicking here.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich should finally be getting more questions this time around after his impressive second place showing in New Hampshire. He had bemoaned in previous debates that he never got anywhere the amount of questions or attention as more high profile candidates like Ted and Donald did. That might change now that he’s got a bigger presence.
Face the Nation host and CBS News political director John Dickerson will be the debate’s main moderator and will be joined by CBS News White House correspondent Major Garrett and The Wall Street Journal‘s Kimberley Strassel on the panel.
HollywoodLifers, have you been tuning in for the debates? Who do you think has been doing the best job?