Four Republican candidates participated in the fourth presidential debate today.

Four Republican candidates participated in the fourth presidential debate today.

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The least populous group of potential 2024 Republican presidential nominees.

They will engage in a discussion on Wednesday, one of their final chances to communicate with voters in this type of setting before the primaries start.

Chris Christie, former governor of New Jersey, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley, and entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy have all met the more stringent requirements set by the Republican National Committee to participate in the debate in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

The initial three debates have had little effect on former President Donald Trump’s advantage in the polls, providing him with minimal motivation to take part. They have also been lacking the same intensity that Trump brought to the primary debates in 2016, although there have been some.

Intense confrontations between Haley and Ramaswamy. 


On November 8, 2023, a primary debate for the GOP will take place in Miami.

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When is the debate scheduled and who will be the moderator?

NewsNation will be hosting the fourth debate, featuring a panel of three moderators: Elizabeth Vargas from NewsNation, former Fox News host Megyn Kelly, and Eliana Johnson from the Washington Free Beacon. and on Rumble. 

Who will be participating in the Republican debate tonight?

On Monday, the Republican National Committee stated that four candidates have met the requirements to participate in the debate.

Candidates were required to meet certain criteria in order to remain eligible for the upcoming election. These included receiving a minimum of 6% in two national polls or 6% in one national poll and 6% in two polls from different early states. They also needed to have at least 80,000 unique donors, with a minimum of 200 donors from 20 different states or territories. The deadline for meeting these requirements was Monday night.

Here’s who qualified: 

  • Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie 
  • The governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis.

  •  has recently criticized the Biden administration’s approach to foreign policy.

    Nikki Haley, the former United Nations Ambassador, has recently expressed disapproval of the Biden administration’s handling of foreign affairs.

  • Businessman Vivek Ramaswamy

Senator Tim Scott from South Carolina withdrew from the race shortly after taking part in the most recent debate. Governor Doug Burgum of North Dakota also announced his decision to dropout.ended his candidacy

On Monday, it was announced that the former Governor of Arkansas, Asa Hutchinson, who is still in the race, did not meet the criteria to participate in the upcoming debate. This comes after he and two other candidates failed to qualify for the last debate.

Will Trump be participating in the debate?

Donald Trump, who previously held the position of President, has announced that he will not participate in the upcoming debate. This decision comes after he did not attend any of the last three debates, citing his lead in the polls as the reason.

This time around, Trump will not host a public event to coincide with the debate. Instead, he will be hosting a private fundraising event in Florida for his campaign.