After trashing Pope Francis, Donald Trump will show no mercy when he meets Jeb Bush and John Kasich for the second CNN Town Hall on Feb. 18. The South Carolina primary is just days away, so you know this is going to get nasty. HollywoodLife.com wants you to see every moment so click to watch!
Get ready, because here comes Donald Trump, 69. The ex-Celebrity Apprentice star just slammed Pope Francis, 79, and now he’ll take aim at his rivals Jeb Bush, 63, and John Kasich, 63, during a town hall event. With the South Carolina Republican primary on the line, the question on voters’ minds is this: what will Donald say next?
Anderson Cooper, 48, may find himself in the middle of the biggest Republican rumble ever, as these candidates will gather in Columbia, South Carolina on Feb. 18. With the South Carolina Republican Primary taking place on Feb. 20, this meeting is going to be explosive. The political action kicks off at 8:00 P.M. EST so be ready to see these men discuss all the major issues.
The first GOP town hall took place on Feb. 17, pitting Marco Rubio, 44, Ted Cruz, 45 and Ben Carson, 64. While Marco and Ted got into an argument over who was the bigger liar, according to CNN, their spat probably won’t hold a candle to what happens when Trump faces both John and Jeb. After all, Donald is the man who said Pope Francis is “disgraceful” and a mere “pawn” of Barack Obama, 54, and the Mexican government.
Nobody is safe from Donald’s insults, as he has made a habit of trashing Jeb at the Republican debates. He mocked Jeb’s “tough guy” attitude and blasted his brother, George W. Bush, 69, for failing to keep the country safe during the 9/11 attacks. Trump might have had a hand in having JebBush.com redirect users to Donald’s website! Jeb has fired back at Donald, claiming the former Celebrity Apprentice star would be a “chaos president.” The crowd even joined the former Florida governor in mocking Donald, booing him for trying to shush Jeb during the Feb. 6 debate.
When Donald isn’t fighting with Jeb, he’s been taking shots at John Kasich. Donald slammed the Ohio governor for getting “nasty,” saying John was only being mean because he was “losing.” Plus, during the Nov. 10 debate, Donald basically said that Donald was way too rich to have to listen to the likes of John!
We can only imagine a Kanye West–style smackdown will take place when these three men are put in a room together. Will one of these candidates get the motivation to win big in the Palmetto State? There’s only one way to find out.
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