Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and John Kasich will discuss the issues during the March 10 Republican debate, but Donald Trump will likely brag about the size of his hands again. It’s do-or-die for these presidential candidates and HollywoodLife.com wants you to see every second. Click to watch!
It’s another Republican debate and you know what that means: another chance for Donald Trump, 69, to make a controversial and crude remark. Whether he’s blasting Ted Cruz, 45, or insulting Marco Rubio, 44, or shading John Kasich, 63, Trump always has to say something. What will come out of his mouth this time?
We’ll just have to wait and see. Donald, Ted and John will head down to Marco’s home state of Florida on March 10, but the Senator won’t exactly roll out the Welcome mat for his Republican rivals. Instead, he’ll battle them, tooth and nail, in a political showdown. They take the stage at the University of Miami at 8:30 P.M. EST, so be ready to see every insult, diss and vulgar discussion about hand size. Who knows? They might also talk about the issues.
It’s the last debate before the March 15 primaries. Marco’s home of Florida and Ohio (John’s home state) will hold “Winner Take All” primaries. With votes also happening Illinois, Missouri, and North Carolina, March 15 could be the REAL “Super Tuesday.”
When the GOP candidates met for the Fox News debate on March 3, it was a no-holds barred bash. Donald mocked Marco’s height, calling him “this little guy.” In what may become the “highlight” of Donald Trump’s enitre political career, the ex-Celebrity Apprentice star said that he had a huge penis during a presidential debate.
Marco wasn’t alone in his attacks on Trump. He had a tag-team partner in Ted Cruz and together, they blasted The Donald for using undocumented immigrants to work at his Palm Beach estate. They even pointed out that while Donald has torn into Mexico and China, he still manufactures his clothing line overseas and south of the border.
Even Megyn Kelly, 45, had to trash Donald for his hypocrisy and for “flip-flopping” on a variety of issues over the course of his presidential campaign. Donald’s response was to shrug and say he was “being flexible.” The voters seem to approve, as Trump won in Hawaii, Mississippi and Michigan. Will he steal Florida away from Marco and Ohio from John?
Do you think Trump will win the Republican party nomination, HollywoodLifers?