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GOP Debate Audience Boos Mitt Romney

The audience at the GOP debate at the Fox Theater in Detroit, Michigan booed moderator Chris Wallace when he led off the questions by quoting former Republican nominee Mitt Romney’s speech against Trump earlier Thursday.

NY MAG: Anticipating Big Super Tuesday, Trump Mulled Skipping Next Fox News Debate

With polls showing Donald Trump on track to score big in Super Tuesday primaries tonight, the GOP front-runner even considered being a no-show at the Fox News debate on Thursday that will be co-moderated by Megyn Kelly. According to a highly placed source familiar with the matter, Trump’s thinking was that he could send a powerful signal that he no longer considers Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio credible rivals for the nomination.

California Republicans React to GOP Debate

The last GOP debate before Super Tuesday is in the can. Co-hosted by CNN and Telemundo, it was viewed by 14.5 million people on Thursday evening. The debate crystallized that this is now essentially a three-person show: Donald Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL). And things really got hot, as the gloves came off.

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How Trump Won the GOP Debate by Losing It

The GOP debate in Houston on Thursday night was arguably Donald J. Trump’s worst of the entire 2016 campaign. He allowed Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) to mock him, and hurled insults while Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) took the high road. Rubio’s supporters are justifiably gleeful, and Cruz’s supporters were reassured to see him win on home turf.

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Ted Cruz Needs to Build a Broader Coalition

The conventional wisdom remains that the only way for Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) to beat Donald Trump is to attack him relentlessly over the next week until Super Tuesday, especially in Thursday night’s GOP debate. That is the same bad

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Trump: Senate Must ‘Delay, Delay, Delay’ Scalia Replacement

Republican presidential frontrunner Donald J. Trump said during the GOP Debate in South Carolina on Saturday night that in the wake of the sudden death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the Senate should “delay, delay, delay” and prevent President Barack Obama from appointing someone to fill the vacancy.

EXCLUSIVE: CBS News GOP Debate Ticket Breakdown

GREENVILLE, South Carolina — GOP presidential candidates received the largest ticket allocation from the Republican National Committee (RNC) ahead of the GOP primary debate on Saturday night at Greenville’s Peace Center.

EXCLUSIVE — Ben Carson: ‘Problematic’ Donors Fill Debate Audience

MANCHESTER, New Hampshire — GOP presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson told Breitbart News that it is “problematic” if establishment donors and special interests fill the audience at GOP debates, as GOP frontrunner Donald Trump suggested during the Saturday debate, and again during his Sunday campaign rally.

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Breitbart Alum Larry O’Connor at GOP Debate

Former Breitbart News editor Larry O’Connor played a prominent role in Saturday night’s GOP debate, asking a videotaped question culled from suggestions by readers of the Independent Journal Review, which co-sponsored the debate.

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Watch: GOP Candidates Make Super Bowl 50 Picks

The GOP presidential candidates were all asked to make their Super Bowl 50 picks Saturday at the GOP Debate. John Kasich, Marco Rubio, Donald Trump and Ted Cruz all picked the Carolina Panthers to beat the Denver Broncos. Jeb Bush

Ted Cruz: ‘We’re Going To Build A Wall’

Presidential candidate Ted Cruz laid out a strategy to “build a wall” along the United States border as a paramount portion of his plan to solve illegal immigration. During Saturday night’s Republican Presidential debate in New Hampshire he added, referring to

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Fox News Thinks Moderators Should Attack Candidates

Thursday night’s Fox News debate–the last before the Iowa caucuses–had all of the same weaknesses of the first, without the theatrics around Trump to save the moderators from a weak approach focused on attacking the participants.