Sparks fly during Third GOP debate

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 The five top challengers to Donald Trump’s bid to win the Republican presidential nomination took the stage in Miami last night, and with fewer candidates, the format gave each more time to talk — and to clash. There were more than a few raucous moments, with Vivek Ramaswamy calling Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky a “Nazi” and Nikki Haley calling Ramaswamy “scum” when he criticized her adult daughter for using TikTok.

Most of the two hours focused on foreign policy and national security, with support for Israel and criticism of President Joe Biden being the main areas of agreement. As expected, Chris Christie was the toughest on Trump, though Haley called him “weak in the knees” on Ukraine, while Tim Scott described himself as the candidate who would “restore faith in God” and “win the war for Christian conservative values.”

After the debate, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) gave NBC a positive review. “I think the people at home probably got a good viewing experience because the questions were substantive. People were able to talk. There wasn’t a lot of screaming back and forth. And so I think the value of this debate was probably more than the one we did in Simi Valley.”


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