Houston, Texas, hosted the 10th Republican presidential debate of the 2016 election season Thursday night on CNN, and it got nasty. For two hours, Sens. Marco Rubio of Florida and Ted Cruz of Texas launched attacks at GOP frontrunner Donald Trump. Trump spent his night firing back at the senators. The event, which was hosted by the University of Houston, was the last debate before next week’s “Super Tuesday” primary – where 12 states will be voting for a GOP nominee. Trump was at the center podium and was the big target for his rivals as his position in the race solidifies with win after win. He was flanked by Rubio and Cruz, who didn’t spend much time going after each other during the debate. Cruz won the Iowa caucuses but has slipped behind Rubio in the two most recent contests. Ohio Gov. John Kasich and retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson were also on the stage, but they didn’t receive as much attention as the top-three in the race. They both trail the top tier by a considerable margin in the upcoming “Super Tuesday” states. Here’s our recap of the night: 10:50 p.m. EST. – The candidates gave their closing statements…. Read full this story
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