The second Republican presidential debate is scheduled for Wednesday, September 27, from 9 to 11 p.m. Eastern Time. It will take place at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California.
As the pivotal second Republican presidential debate approaches, candidates and viewers alike anticipate a showdown at the iconic Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.
There are multiple ways to tune in and follow the debate.
For those eager to catch the action, several platforms offer live coverage of the event. Whether through traditional broadcasting or online streaming, viewers have a variety of options to choose from.
- Fox Business Network (Coverage starting at 6 p.m. Eastern)
- Fox News (Programming starting at 8:30 p.m.)
- Fox Nation (Simultaneous live streaming)
- Univision (Spanish broadcast and live stream)
- UnivisionNoticias.com (Online streaming in Spanish)
- ViX (Live coverage on Univision’s streaming platform)
- Rumble (Online streaming platform)
Candidates Taking Center Stage
Seven prominent candidates have earned their spot on the debate stage.
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With the absence of frontrunner Donald J. Trump, the remaining contenders aim to make their mark in this nationally televised event. The debate holds particular significance for candidates like Ron DeSantis, who seek to gain momentum in a fiercely competitive race.
Moderators Steering the Discussion
Dana Perino and Stuart Varney of Fox News, along with Ilia Calderón from Univision, will guide the debate proceedings.
The responsibility of moderating this crucial event falls on the experienced shoulders of Dana Perino, Stuart Varney, and Ilia Calderón. Their role is pivotal in ensuring a fair and balanced exchange of ideas.
Trump’s Stance on the Debate
Former President Donald J. Trump has opted out of participating once again.
While Trump remains a prominent figure in the race, his decision not to attend underscores the shifting dynamics of the Republican primary. His absence provides an opportunity for other candidates to step into the spotlight.
Trump’s Parallel Event
In lieu of the debate, Trump will deliver a prime-time speech to union members in Detroit, Michigan.
Opting for an alternative approach, Trump seizes the opportunity to engage with a crucial demographic. His decision to address the ongoing labor dispute highlights the multifaceted nature of this election cycle.