The United States Republican Party presidential front-runner, Donald Trump, has decided not to be a part of yet another Republican debate.
Let’s read the news and find out more.
Trump Intends to Skip the Third Republican Debate in Florida
Former president Donald Trump, who is leading the presidential poll of the Republican Party, has said that he will be skipping the third republican debate, which is going to be held in Florida in November.
It’s not the first time that the former president skipped the Republican debate. Earlier, Trump skipped the first republican debate held on 24/08/2023 in Milwaukee.
The first Republican was hosted by Fox News host Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum and joined by 8 republican candidates:
- Florida Governor Ron DeSantis
- Tech-entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy
- Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley
- Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie
- Former Vice President Mike Pence
- South Carolina Senator Tim Scott
- Former Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson
- North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum
Not just the first and third, Trump is also planning to skip the second republican debate, which is scheduled for 27 Sept. 2023, at the Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California.
Former President Trump will be joining and will be delivering a prime-time speech for the public and the United Auto Workers union, which is currently striking against Big Three legacy automakers General Motors, Ford, and Stellantis facilities in Detroit.
The United Auto Workers UAW is striking under the leadership of American labor unionist Shawn Fain.
Also, read about “UAW Strike: Negotiations, Demands, Controversy.”
The only reason the former President is skipping republican debates is because he thinks there is no point in joining debates as he is already leading all the polls for 2024 presidential election candidates.
Currently, Trump is leading the Republican party poll and is above 49 points to its republican rival, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.
The Republican National Committee first decided to hold the third republican debate in Alabama. However, it was shifted to Miami by the committee, but Trump’s campaign had no role in the change of location.
The third republican debate will be held in early November in Miami, Florida. However, the committee does not reveal the date of the debate.
If former president Trump decides to join the third republican debate, it will be like visiting home for him, as both Trump and DeSantis call Florida their home.
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