When is the third Republican debate and where can it be viewed?

When is the third Republican debate and where can it be viewed?

Five Republican Candidates Meet Requirements for Upcoming Presidential Debate.

On November 8, NBC News will air the third debate for the Republican primary at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami.

In order to meet the requirements, applicants must achieve a minimum of four percent in two nationwide surveys, or four percent in one nationwide survey and four percent in two initial primary states.

According to the guidelines set by the Republican National Committee (RNC), they also require a total of 70,000 donors, with at least 200 donors from 20 different states.

Five individuals have met the requirements for the final competition thus far – Ron DeSantis, the Governor of Florida; Vivek Ramaswamy, a biotech entrepreneur and author who criticizes the “woke” movement; Nikki Haley, a former UN Ambassador and Governor of South Carolina; Tim Scott, a Senator from South Carolina; and Chris Christie, a former Governor of New Jersey.

Ex-President Donald Trump has met the criteria, but has declared that he will not participate in the first two debates. Instead, he plans to host a rally in Hialeah, Florida, which is close to Miami, as a way to compete with the debates.

Stay tuned for real-time updates as the highly anticipated event approaches at 8pm on Wednesday.


Taking lessons from Trump’s legal troubles, the Republican contenders are denouncing the events of January 6th, except for one.

All except for one of the Republican contenders seemed to have taken note of former President Donald Trump’s escalating legal troubles as they gathered for the initial Republican primary debate in Milwaukee.

Former Vice President and 2024 candidate Mike Pence stood firmly behind his decision to certify President Joe Biden’s 2020 election victory despite mounting pressure from Mr Trump and his supporters, which included violent threats to his life.

The candidates on the debate stage all had positive words for Mr. Pence, except for entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy, who aggressively expressed conspiracy theories from right-wing social media about various issues.

Gustaf Kilander reports:

Oliver O’Connell8 November 2023 03:20

Oliver O’Connell8 November 2023 02:58

What have the potential Republican candidates for president stated regarding the conflict in Ukraine?

President Joe Biden frequently reminds people that the Republican Party of today is not the same as it was in the past.

In February 2022, the Arizona Republic acknowledged that John McCain, the former Arizona Senator and 2008 GOP presidential nominee, had been a prominent critic of Russia for many years, earning him the title of one of President Vladimir Putin’s most vocal opponents. This recognition came just days after the start of the Russian invasion.

In 2008, during his final year as president, George W Bush expressed his strong endorsement for Ukraine and Georgia to become members of Nato in the future. Last year, in a widely shared mistake, he accidentally referred to the war in Ukraine as the war in Iraq and condemned it as unjust and brutal.

In 2015, Jeb Bush, who had previously served as Governor of Florida, traveled to Europe just before declaring his candidacy for the presidency.

During a speech in Berlin, approximately one year after Russia took control of Crimea and backed separatists in eastern Ukraine, the speaker emphasized the importance of Russia respecting the sovereignty of its neighboring countries. He also questioned whether Russia would continue to act aggressively if there were no consequences.

In the 2016 primary, Mr. Bush was swiftly pressured to withdraw from the race by the individual who would come to represent the contemporary Republican Party – Donald Trump, a celebrity from reality television and a wealthy real estate businessman.

The GOP candidates are split on the issue of supporting Ukraine, with some advocating for continued US involvement in the war effort and others following Mr. Trump’s stance of isolationism.

Oliver O’Connell8 November 2023 01:20

What is the stance of the candidates on abortion rights?

The topic of abortion rights in the US is a pressing concern for the 2024 GOP nominees as they gear up for their campaigns.

After the landmark case Roe v Wade (1973) was overturned by the Supreme Court last summer, abortion has become a major issue for numerous voters.

Despite the Republican Party’s historical association with an anti-abortion stance, a majority of 61 percent of adults in the US, as reported by the Pew Research Center, believe that abortion should be legal in all or most cases. This statistic encompasses both Republican and Democratic voters.

As the search for the next Republican presidential nominee continues, it is certain that many individuals will take into account the candidate’s stance on abortion when deciding who to endorse.

This is the stance of each GOP presidential candidate on the matter.

Oliver O’Connell7 November 2023 23:20

Get to know the potential candidates vying for the position of president in the upcoming 2024 election.

With less than two years left until the 2024 US presidential election, former Republican officials are already positioning themselves for the 2024 GOP nomination. Meanwhile, two Democrats are challenging President Joe Biden in the Democratic primary.

As the campaign progresses, here are the individuals you should be familiar with.

Oliver O’Connell7 November 2023 22:20

Join us for live coverage of the Republican debate on our blog.

Greetings to The Independent’s real-time coverage of the third debate among Republican candidates for the 2024 presidential election.

Tomorrow evening, we will be providing you with all the necessary background information leading up to the main event in Miami. This will prepare you for when the candidates take the stage.

Oliver O’Connell7 November 2023 22:11

Source: independent.co.uk