Donald Trump, seen here while boycotting the last Fox News debate, has promised to attend the next Fox News debate in Detroit, Michigan.
Republicans and Democrats announce dates for Michigan debates
This week, Michigan found out that it will be the host of both party's presidential debates in advance of the state's presidential primary on March 8, 2016. The Republican candidates will debate in Detroit on March 3, while the Democrats will be in Flint on March 6.
In a statement released Thursday, February 4, Fox News Channel revealed Detroit as the location of the already scheduled Republican presidential debate. Bret Baier, Megyn Kelly, and Chris Wallace will return as moderators for the third Republican debate of this election cycle on Fox News, which will last two hours and begins at 9 P.M. Eastern Time.
The Fox News press release followed in the heels of one from the Democratic National Committee. The Democrats' press release, posted Wednesday, February 3, included Flint as the location of three debates added to the schedule in addition to the already scheduled two remaining debates on February 11 to be broadcast by PBS News Hour and March 9 to be shown by Univision as well as last night's debate on MSNBC, which was also added this week.
Details and quotes, including Donald Trump's promise to attend this debate after boycotting the previous one, at the link.
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