The third GOP debate, featuring Republican candidates aiming to challenge President Joe Biden in the 2024 elections, is set to take place on Wednesday, November 8. Here’s how to watch.
The third Republican presidential debate, a critical event in the selection process for the Republican presidential nominee, is set for Wednesday, November 8. Republican contenders will compete in this discussion for the chance to challenge President Joe Biden in the 2024 elections.
The two-hour discussion will begin at 8:00 p.m. ET and will be moderated by Lester Holt, anchor of Nightly News, Kristen Welker, moderator of Meet the Press, and Hugh Hewitt, conservative-leaning host of The Hugh Hewitt Show on Salem Radio Network.
Only four candidates have met the conditions to participate in the debate as of now. The discussion is designed to give these contenders a chance to present their thoughts and stances on crucial issues.
When and where to watch?
The debate will be broadcast live on NBC and streamed on NBC News and PeacockTV for those who want to view it. The pre-debate coverage will begin at 7:00 p.m. ET, followed by the main event an hour later.
Furthermore, the Republican National Committee’s debate partners, including Salem Radio Network and the Republican Jewish Coalition, will offer streaming alternatives. Telemundo will provide real-time audio translations on multiple regional networks for Spanish-speaking audiences.
Notably, former President Donald Trump, who remains the clear favorite in the polls, will not take part in the debate. Trump has chosen to hold a counter-programming event in South Florida during the debate, in addition to missing the previous two debates.
The third Republican debate is expected to be a turning point in the ongoing Republican nomination process, providing insight into the positions and strategies of the individuals competing for the chance to confront President Biden in the 2024 elections.