GOP Republican Party Debate Start Time: TV Channel, Online Coverage, Radio

When does the GOP Party debate start? The first Republican Party debate for the 2016 election approaches so quickly. The GOP Republican debate start time is at 9:00 PM ET.

Political veteran, rookie senators, governors, the never-been-elected, and the billionaire businessman will be on the stage for the biggest debate of the Republican Party that would kick off the campaign.

The presidential hopefuls look to start with a strong showing in the GOP debate on Thursday. With 17 Republican hopefuls, 10 will be on stage for the most anticipated debate. The top 10 in the recent national polls will be given the opportunity to transfix the eyes fo the Republican Party members for the nomination.

“You’re starting off with a lot of candidates who have an initial group of support that reflect a particular element of the party, but nobody is close at this point to putting together a majority coalition,” said David Winston, a Republican pollster.

While everybody wants the attention, only 10 candidates were invited by Fox news to participate in the main event. However, the seven that were left were relegated to a pre-debate forum.

With all the buzz in the Republican Party, the emergence of businessman and reality television star Donald Trump surprises the Americans. Trump currently leads in the recent polls.

Standing to Trump’s left on stage will be former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, a favorite of the wealthy donors and business leaders. If he wins the nomination, he will be the third Bush to be in the national election. However, Bush has struggled to lift his national rating so far. He is catching up on the surge brought about by Trump. The son and brother of former presidents, he also faces questions about whether his nomination would mark a return to the past.

To Trump’s right on the debate stage will be Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, whose victories over unions in his home state created his national profile. Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, the youngest candidate in the field at age 44, is trying to carve out a niche as a foreign policy wonk, but has struggled to break through this summer — particularly since Trump’s surge.

You can watch the Republican GOP Party debate exclusively on Fox News. GOP Party debate radio is on Fox Radio.

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