One last GOP presidential debate before the Iowa caucuses. Here’s how to watch

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One last GOP presidential debate before the Iowa caucuses. Here’s how to watch

Election 2024

Believe E. Pinho

January 10, 2024

It’s the final showdown before the first election event of the season.


Government of South Carolina and UN Ambassador and Governor of South Carolina.

Nikki Haley and the Governor of Florida. Ron DeSantis will face off in their final debate in Iowa on Wednesday night before the state’s first caucuses.

The Republican frontrunner, former president


Trump will skip the debate like he did


in the past, instead opting for a prime-time town hall with Fox News hosts Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum.

CNN will host on Wednesday


s debate at Drake University in Des Moines. Anchors Jake Tapper and Dana Bash will moderate, according to the network, which will air the event at 9 p.m.


Eastern on CNN, CNN International, CNN en Espaol and CNN Max.

We are honored to continue to play a central role in the democratic process at Drake University,

said the president of Drake University

Marty Martin

said the school president

in a statement. Des Moines and Drake have long been a hub for political and civic engagement on the national stage, and we are excited to continue that tradition leading into the 2024 elections, inviting our students, our community and thousands of visitors to to participate in presidential politics.

Trump’s town hall wants


airs at 9pm on the Fox News channel.

Haley and DeSantis are each fighting to emerge victorious on Monday, when Iowa Republicans head to the caucuses. Although the


The state generally has a low turnout in evening elections,


The Iowa caucuses are being closely watched


Harbinger for the rest of the election season.

DeSantis has poured resources into winning the Iowa caucuses, completing a “full Grassley” term last month named after Sen. John Smith.

Charles E. Chuck

Grassley (R-Iowa),

is given for

a presidential hopeful coming to visit

each of the states of Iowa

99 provinces.

Haley, a distant third-place contender, has been steadily rising in the polls following her performance in the Republican debates last fall. Still, both candidates, with Haley at 15.8% and DeSantis at 17.2%, trail Trump, who enjoys 51.3% support among Iowans, according to polling aggregator FiveThirtyEight.

Haley, who rose behind Trump to 29.9% support in New Hampshire polls, has come under fire with 42.4%


recently for her comment that New Hampshire is “correcting” the vote in Iowa.

“You know Iowa starts it. You know you’re correcting it,” Haley said at a campaign event in New Hampshire. And then my sweet state of South Carolina brings it home.

New Hampshire hosts the primaries


January 23 breaks with the Democratic National Committee’s decision to make South Carolina the first Democratic primary state. As a result, President Biden will not appear on the New Hampshire ballot


instead of

want to

to wait


for the Democratic primary in South Carolina on February 3.

CNN will host another debate between Haley and DeSantis on January 21 at New England College in New Hampshire.


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