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  • Raucous rivals turn up the volume during the GOP debate at the Fox Theatre in Detroit

    In the Republican debate Thursday night, GOP candidates turned up the volume as they defended their capabilities to be the next president of the United States. The Fox News moderators continuously asked Donald Trump and Sens. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz to not shout over each other. Gov. John Kasich sought to continue Mitt Romney’s work, painting Trump as unfit for office, but was not involved in snapping at his opponents. They sparred over issues including immigration, jobs, military, and leadership.

Raucous rivals turn up the volume during the GOP debate at the Fox Theatre in Detroit

In the Republican debate Thursday night, GOP candidates turned up the volume as they defended their capabilities to be the next president of the United States. The Fox News moderators continuously asked Donald Trump and Sens. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz to not shout over each other. Gov. John Kasich sought to continue Mitt Romney’s work, painting Trump as unfit for office, but was not involved in snapping at his opponents. They sparred over issues including immigration, jobs, military, and leadership.
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