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Third Republican Debate to Take Place in Miami, Reports Say



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Reports reveal that the third Republican primary debate will occur in Miami, Florida, in November.

NBC News and Salem Media are discussing the possibility of hosting the third GOP debate in Miami, but CNN noted that NBC News declined to comment on the matter.

As Salem Media Group describes itself as “America's leading radio broadcaster, Internet content provider, magazine and book publisher targeting audiences interested in Christian and family-themed content and conservative values,” if true, it would still be in line with Republican National Committee (RNC) chairwoman Ronna McDaniel's pledge that every GOP debate would have a “conservative partner.”

“You’re gonna have a conservative element of every single debate,” McDaniel said months ago. “But the reality is, you know, there’s not enough conservative networks. We can’t do all the debates on Fox.”

“So that’s an issue we’re going to be facing and dealing with as we go forward, but there will be a conservative partner with every single debate,” she added.

The RNC has not yet announced the exact requirements for the third GOP debate.

This debate would follow the second Republican primary debate, which was scheduled to occur on September 27 at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Institute in Simi Valley, California.

Around 9:00 p.m., the two-hour event is scheduled to start. There will be stricter conditions for candidates to meet in order to qualify, such as 50,000 donors (up from 40,000) and more stringent polling standards.

Reuters mentioned the other six candidates who took part in the first debate in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, including Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, anti-woke businessman Vivek Ramaswamy, former Vice President Mike Pence, former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, and South Carolina Senator Tim Scott. They noted that North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum and former Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson “will likely fail to make the cut due to a lack of donors and poor polling.”

Former President Donald Trump has previously told Megyn Kelly, “I don't see it,” so it is not anticipated that he would take part in any of the debates.

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