Super Tuesday left Donald Trump feeling super, but when he faces Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and John Kasich at the Republican Debate on March 3, will his good mood last? Will he fight with moderator Megyn Kelly? Will he mention Mitt Romney? HollywoodLife.com wants you to see every moment so click to watch!
And then there were four! Donald Trump, 69, was a huge winner on Super Tuesday, but he still has a long way to go before securing the Republican presidential nomination. After fighting with Mitt Romney, 68, Donald now has to deal with Ted Cruz, 45, Marco Rubio, 44, John Kasich, 63 and…Megyn Kelly, 45!
Donald and Megyn will face off for another round of political hardball as she joins Bret Baier, 45, and Chris Wallace, 68, to moderate the March 3 debate from the Fox Theatre in Detroit, Michigan. The four remaining candidates will battle over the important debates before the next round of presidential primaries. The action kicks off at 9:00 P.M. EST so be ready to see every intense second.
Even Megyn may not be able to ruin Donald’s good mood. He won 7 primaries on Super Tuesday, giving him the lead of 319 delegates going into his debate. Ted won four states, but the victory in his home state of Texas gave the senator a boost, as he’s in second place with 226. Marco won Minnesota, bringing his total number of delegates to 110. John is currently last with 25, following Ben Carson’s decision to drop out of the race.
While voters will watch to see what Donald has to say about Ted or Marco, they’ll also be paying attention to what he’ll say about Megyn. The Fox News anchor became Donald’s biggest political rival after the first Republican debate in Aug. 2015. Donald trashed Megyn, calling her a “bimbo” before he pulled out of the Jan. 28 debate when Fox News wouldn’t replace Megyn.
Megyn, and the rest of the Internet, mocked Donald for being afraid of Megyn. However, she doesn’t expect Donald to be his typical, controversial self at the March 3 meeting. “I think he’s much more focused on securing the nomination now and not on me, and that’s how it should be,” Megyn said, per The Olympian. Actually, Donald had to fight with Mitt after the 2012 Presidential candidate called Trump “a phony.” Donald responded with crude sex slur!
We’ll have to see what happens. The next batch of voting is on March 5, according to the New York Times. Republicans in Kansas, Kentucky and Maine will hold primaries, while Louisiana will run a primary. 155 delegates are up for grabs and a candidate needs 1,237 to win.
Who do you think will win this debate, HollywoodLifers?