It’s time for a political showdown! Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and the remaining GOP candidates will square off in Houston on Feb. 25 in the final Republican debate before Super Tuesday. HollywoodLife.com wants you to watch every moment so click to watch!
Can anyone stop Donald Trump, 69, from taking the GOP’s presidential nomination? Ted Cruz, 45, and Marco Rubio, 44, will certainly try as they will challenge their Republican rival in one more explosive debate ahead of Super Tuesday.
Donald, Ted and Marco will join John Kasich, 63, and Ben Carson, 64, at the Moores School of Music Opera House in Houston, Texas on Feb. 25. The five remaining Republican candidates will discuss the issues in one last meeting before Super Tuesday on March 1. This may be the most important debate ever, and the action kicks off at 8:30 P.M. EST.
Super Tuesday is “do or die” for the Republican candidates, as more than ten states will hold their primary elections on March 1. A candidate can clean up and take the nomination with a decisive win. Though Ted took Iowa, Donald bounced back in New Hampshire, scored in South Carolina and won big with the Nevada caucus. The author of The Art of the Deal is looking to seal the deal and win the Republican nomination. You can seal your own deal and feel like a huge winner by signing up for unlimited and ad-free music here.
He’ll have to go through Ted, Marco, John and Ben to do it. However, Donald doesn’t appear to be intimidated by his rivals. Donald blasted Ted as “the single biggest liar” ever at the Feb. 13 debate, after threatening to sue the Texas senator over his citizenship! This came after Trump called Ted a “p*ssy” at a campaign rally in New Hampshire. Yikes!
One of the biggest questions going into this event is whether or not Hillary Clinton, 68, will live tweet the debate like she did on Feb. 6. While watching Donald and Ted’s squabble, the former Secretary of State threw some shade on her rivals by posting hilarious memes. She didn’t tweet on the Feb. 13 event, but she was probably focused on beating Bernie Sanders, 74, to win the Nevada Democratic caucuses.
Are you excited to see this final debate before Super Tuesday, HollywoodLifers? Who do you think will win it?