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FOX Republican GOP Debate Live Stream, Schedule, How To Watch Online; Ben Carson to Skip Fox News Debate

( [email protected] ) Mar 02, 2016 02:44 PM EST
Now that Super Tuesday is out of the way, the results posted on the New York Times reveal that Trump is in a major lead.  The runner-ups are in this order: Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, John Kasich, and Ben Carson.  It looks like only four of the five of these candidates will be present at the next debate on March 3 at 9 PM, as Ben Carson has announced on Wednesday that he sees "no pathway" to GOP nomination. This is everything that is known about the next GOP on March 3 along with the candidates, start time and date,  as well as how to watch online or live stream the event.
The Republican Candidates will be seen again on March 3rd. AP Photo/David J. Phillip

Now that Super Tuesday is out of the way, the results posted on the New York Times reveal that Trump is in a major lead.  The runner-ups are in this order: Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, John Kasich, and Ben Carson.  It looks like only four of the five of these candidates will be present at the next debate on March 3 at 9 PM, as Ben Carson has announced on Wednesday that he sees "no pathway" to GOP nomination. This is everything that is known about the next GOP on March 3 along with the candidates, start time and date,  as well as how to watch online or live stream the event.

This debate comes just ahead of the March 9 Michigan primary, and the debate itself will be held at the Fox Theater in Detroit, according to Al.com.  The debate will be broadcast on Fox News.  For those that remember the January 28, Iowa debate remembers that Trump did not make an appearance, as the candidate does not like Fox News.  It looks like Trump intends to attend this debate.  The moderators include the Special Report Bret Baier, FOX News Sunday host Chris Wallace, and Megyn Kelly of The Kelly File

Considering that Donald Trump and Megyn Kelly have a now infamous reputation of not getting along, it will be interesting to see how the debate on March 3 will pay out.   At this point, Trump will want to keep the big lead, and viewers will no doubt tune in just to see if this issue of contention gets brought up within the context of the debate.  The last debate resulted in Rubio going at Trump's reputation so that contention could also be interesting to watch as well. 

So right now, all the candidates should be concentrating on making certain Trump doesn't get any more lead than he already has.  Fox News reports that Marco Rubio is looking for the March 15 primary in his home state of Florida as a "game-changer" and that Trump and Cruz are working to sideline him.  Some of the other candidates like Ben Carson and John Kasich might be dropping out soon, but the two candidates remain in the race for now.  Those that want to watch the debate online for a live stream should go to FoxNews.com

The Democrats will have their debate three days after the upcoming Republican debate on March 6 in Flint Michigan.  According to USA Today, the next Democratic debate after that takes place three days, later on, Wednesday, March 9.  This debate will take place in Miami, and sponsored by Univision and the Washington Post. 

As for what is coming up for the GOP, the next Republican debate after that will be at the University of Miami, Florida, on CNN on March 10.  The next Republican debate after that will be in Salt Lake City, Utah, on March 21.