What to expect from the latest GOP debate: More drama, less focus?
Posted July 15, 2019 10:58:55The latest GOP presidential debate between Donald Trump and Ben Carson is going to be an interesting one.
Trump and Carson have been locked in a war of words for days, and Trump is trying to make a case that Carson is a worse candidate than Trump.
Trump’s claim that Carson has been out of touch with the American people, a claim that is also made by Carson himself, has been met with a lot of skepticism from his rivals.
Carson himself has said that Trump is not the only one who has criticized his performance, and he has also gone after Trump for his refusal to condemn the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
The latest debate between the two candidates is set for Tuesday night, and it is not expected to feature much of a focus on the Trump-Carson war.
But Carson is expected to speak in detail about his own life story and why he chose to run for president.
He will speak on why he wants to be president, and why his campaign has been so successful.
Carson will also try to convince voters that the Republican Party is not all about politics and only about personal wealth.
Carson is running to become the party’s nominee for president, not to make any political gains, according to a statement released by his campaign on Thursday.
The full statement from Carson’s campaign reads: “Our campaign is built on the principle that we are all Americans first, not some special interests or a small group of billionaires.
The American people want to make sure that we take back this country from the special interests and special interests, and that they pay no price for their actions.
The Republicans will not do that.”
The debate is expected on CNN and Fox News, as well as Fox News Sunday.
It is expected that the debate will also be streamed live on CNN, and will air on cable channels like ESPN.