GOP Debate Recap: A Much Calmer Affair

GOP Debate number 11 a much calmer affair, but former candidates are stirring the pot.

Miami saw the remaining candidates much calmer and less argumentative than in the past couple debates. However, CNN did a good job of staying on the issues and giving each candidate a question per topic, ranging from Muslims relations, senior citizens, international trade deals, and what the GOP should stand for in 2016.For the most part, the candidates focused on how they would help in those categories, and also called Donald Trump out on some of his policies and his “neutrality” on Israel, etc. Trump’s punch line was “better deals” not necessarily meat, and Rubio became a man of stories to draw voters to him.

For the most part, the candidates focused on how they would help in those categories, and also called Donald Trump out on some of his policies and his “neutrality” on Israel, etc. Trump’s punch line was “better deals” not necessarily meat, and Rubio became a man of stories to draw voters to him.

Carly Fiorina was interviewed before the debate on the whole matter of her endorsement of Cruz, as well as the doctor’s crazy endorsement of Trump. What in the world of all sanity?

March 15th will seal the deal, or end someone’s dreams.