The Republican candidates are facing off yet again on Feb. 13, and it’s going to be one heck of a face-off as the six remaining candidates go at it on stage. Here’s 5 key things you need to know before watching!
Donald Trump, 69, Marco Rubio, 44, John Kasich, 63, Jeb Bush, 63, Ted Cruz, 45, and Ben Carson, 64, are getting ready to go head-to-head again in the Feb. 13 Republican debate. Primary season is in full swing, and these debates are more important than ever. Read on for all the crucial information on the debate, including when it’s on and more!
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What time is the debate on?
The debate will start at 9 p.m. ET on CBS. The debate will last 90 minutes. You know you’re going to want to watch Donald and Ted go at it, especially after Donald won the New Hampshire primary and Ted won the Iowa caucus! Watch the live stream HERE!
Where is the debate being held?
The debate is being held at the Peace Center in Greenville, South Carolina.
Who is moderating the debate?
Face the Nation host John Dickerson will be lead moderator. Major Garrett, chief White House correspondent at CBS News, and Kimberley Strassel of the Wall Street Journal will also be asking questions.
Who is participating in the debate?
Donald Trump, Marco Rubio, John Kasich, Jeb Bush and Ben Carson will all be taking part in the debate. Chris Christie, who participated in the last debate, dropped out of the presidential race after the New Hampshire primary. The candidates are likely to bring up the passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia and what his death means for the Supreme Court.
This is the last debate before the South Carolina primary and Nevada caucus.
The next debate is set to take place on Feb. 25. The South Carolina primary is on Feb. 20. The GOP Nevada caucus is on Feb. 23.
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