How To Watch Tonight’s Fox News Republican Presidential Debate — Live Stream, Schedule, More
The first Republican presidential debates for the 2016 election, coming to us live from Cleveland, will air tonight on Fox News, co-presented by Facebook.
Debates are the rare instances when candidates compete directly with each other for our attention, love and support. Republicans will be watching to try to figure out which candidate actually makes sense to vote for. Democrats will be watching for... much different reasons.
Want another sports angle? LeBron is from Cleveland.
We've compiled all the information you'll need and perhaps want to watch the debate, below:
WHO -- The roster assembled by Fox News includes the following 10 candidates: Donald Trump, Jeb Bush, Scott Walker, Mike Huckabee, Ben Carson, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Chris Christie and John Kasich. That means NO Rick Perry, Rick Santorum or Lindsey Graham, among like a billion others.
WHEN -- There will actually be TWO debates.
5-6 p.m. ET – Republican Presidential Candidates Debate (bottom seven candidates), from Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland
9-11 p.m. ET – Republican Presidential Candidates Debate (top ten candidates), live from Cleveland
HOW (TV) -- Fox News. Duh.
HOW (LIVE STREAM) --While I'm sure there illegal streams out there, the only way to watch the full debate online through an official live stream is with cable authentication on FoxNews.com (i.e. -- logging in via your, or your dad's, cable subscription information). FoxNews.com will also have clips throughout the night, and video of the full debate online Friday morning.
You can also interact with Fox during the debate on the channel's Facebook page.
WHY -- TRUMP. TRUUUUUMP.
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