Republican candidates gear up for Tuesday’s debate

NC_lv50mweb_700x394Washington, D.C.– Republican Presidential Candidates are criss-crossing the country campaigning before Tuesday night’s debate.

Expect lots of questions for Ben Carson. He says it’s all about the numbers.

Ben Carson is on the defensive ahead of tomorrow’s debate in Milwaukee.

His beliefs about pyramids. Claims he was a violent youth. A west point scholarship he never applied for.

Now a Wall Street Journal report questioning whether Carson defended white students during a high school riot.

He says it’s all about his quick rise in the polls. “Because I’m a threat (To?) To the progressives, the secular progressive movement in this country. I’m a very big threat,” said Dr. Ben Carson, (R) Presidential Candidate.

Donald Trump Tells NBC: “He’s going to have to explain a lot of things away.”  Donald Trump, (R) Presidential Candidate.

Bernie sanders says the focus for Carson should be on issues. “This man does not believe that climate change is caused by human activity. This man wants to abolish Medicare,” said Bernie Sanders, (D) Presidential Candidate.

Rand Paul is giving hints he may go after Marco Rubio, comparing him to Hillary Clinton. “I see her and Rubio as being the same person. They both want a no fly zone. They both have supported activity in Libya,” said Rand Paul, (R) Presidential Candidate

And Chris Christie says being bumped from tomorrow’s debate isn’t the end of the world. “What really matters is what is happening in New Hampshire and Iowa,” said Chris Christie, (R) Presidential Candidate.

The latest Iowa poll gives Christie three percent. Donald trump’s on top, two points ahead of Carson.


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