It’s the last GOP debate of the year, and the stakes are high for the Republican presidential candidates. Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and more will gather in Las Vegas on Dec. 15 to talk national security and all the important issues. HollywoodLife.com wants you to see every moment, so click to watch!
Donald Trump, 69, Ted Cruz, 44, Marco Rubio, 44, and Carly Fiorina, 61, will make sure 2015 ends on a bang. They’ll join the other Republican presidential candidates for the last debate of 2015. With the national security and terrorism on every American’s mind, what will the GOPers say during this meeting?
Will Donald triple-down on his ban of Muslims? Will Jeb Bush offer to kiss anyone again? What will Chris Christie say, and how will it involve Hillary Clinton? Nothing is off limits when the GOP’s best meet at the Venetian hotel and casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. The debate starts at 8:30 p.m. EST so be ready to hear what your possible future-president has to say.
Moderator Wolf Blitzer will have help from CNN’s Dana Bash and Salem Radio Network host Hugh Hewitt to ask all the important questions. The focus of the debate is “national security,” and following the horrific shootings in San Bernardino and the terrorist attacks in Paris, France, the candidates will have plenty to say.
Donald remains steadily in first place, with 40% of Republican voters supporting him, reports Politico. This is after he called a complete ban on all Muslims entering the country. The White House says Donald’s comments “disqualify” him from running, while Hillary has said the former Celebrity Apprentice’s idea is “shameful.” Meanwhile, Donald has no regrets over what he said.
He may change his tune, especially if Ted Cruz launches verbal missiles at Donald over his comments. Ted has a 10 point lead in Iowa, reports CNN. Ted’s severe anti-abortion and anti-gay marriage views make him an attractive candidate for social-conservatives. Ted Cruz has also gone after fellow Republicans. He blasted Megyn Kelly over immigration, calling the Fox News reporter a “mainstream liberal journalist.” Will he go after Donald, or throw his support behind the Muslim ban?
And what will John Kasich say? Will he go after Donald, like he has in the last two debates? Donald easily handled John’s attacks, dismissing him with a wave of a hand (and by telling the Ohio governor that he wasn’t rich enough to talk to him.) Will John finally get the upper hand on Donald? There’s only one way to find out.
Are you going to tune into the debate, HollywoodLifers? Who do you think will win?