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GOP Debate Party @ the Hancock's Thurs Jan 28, 2016 from 6:30 p.m. til??

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GOP DEBATE PARTY! 

The government is going to solve anything for us, many want to come together to see how 'they' are going to spin this, and who they are anointing as their 'top tier' candidates. It will be fun! 

GOP Debate party at the home of Ernst and Donna Hancock, Thursday January 28th, 2016, from 6:30 p.m. MST til ??  

Address: 4886 W Port Au Prince Lane; Glendale, AZ  85306

As usual, this will be pot luck, so please bring something to share. We will have the coolers available to keep things cold.

Please R.S.V.P. 

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Thursday, January 28, 2016 
Fox News Republican Debate 
9pm ET (8pm CT, 6pm PT) 
Aired On: Fox News Channel 
Location: Iowa Events Center in Des Moines, Iowa 
Sponsors: Fox News 
Moderators: Bret Baier, Megyn Kelly and Chris Wallace 
Candidates: To be determined 
Read more athttp://www.uspresidentialelectionnews.com/2016-debate-schedule/2016-republican-primary-debate-schedule/#EY4Jik1tPUykoZfs.99

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See Which Candidates Qualified for the Fox News-Google GOP Debatesshare thisSee Which Candidates Qualified for the Fox News-Google GOP Debates 

Before Republican voters head to the polls in Iowa, the GOP candidates have one more chance to make their cases.

Don't miss the Fox News-Google Republican debates, presented live on Thursday, January 28 on Fox News Channel.

The first hour-long forum - moderated by Martha MacCallum and Bill Hemmer - will begin at 7:00pm ET. Then the two-hour primetime debate - moderated by Bret Baier, Megyn Kelly and Chris Wallace - gets underway at 9:00pm ET from the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines.

Here are the candidates who qualified for the 9:00pm ET debate:

1. Donald Trump

2. Ted Cruz

3. Marco Rubio

4. Ben Carson

5. Jeb Bush

6. Chris Christie

7. John Kasich

8. Rand Paul

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Trump says he won't participate in GOP debate on Fox News 

MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa — Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump abruptly announced here Tuesday that he would not participate in Thursday's scheduled debate, escalating his off-and-on feud with Fox News Channel and throwing the GOP campaign into turmoil.

Trump's assertion, which his campaign manager insisted was irreversible, came less than one week before the kickoff Iowa caucuses. He once again defied the conventional rules of politics, and used his power and prominence to shape the campaign agenda and conversation.

So far, Trump's untraditional moves have only expanded his support, but his threatened boycott leaves him open to criticism that for all his tough talk he is ducking face-to-face confrontations with his opponents and scrutiny from the Fox moderators.

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