Former President Donald Trump will reportedly skip the third GOP presidential debate scheduled for Nov. 8, 2023, in Miami, Florida. Instead, the former president will host a rally at the Ted Hendricks Stadium in Hialeah, Florida’s most Hispanic-populated city.
The Republican National Committee (RNC) will host its scheduled Republican debate at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County.
The RNC announced that NBC News, Salem Radio Network, the Republican Jewish Coalition and Rumble will serve as partners for the upcoming debate, as reported by the Blaze.
Trump’s announcement that he will skip the third GOP presidential debate comes after he skipped the first two.
The former president is trouncing all GOP presidential hopefuls in polls. He said that, as a result, there’s no reason he should join the debates.
Trump winning moderates in every polls. DeSantinistas will never admit this https://t.co/eAwLhpQcES
— Jack Poso 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) October 19, 2023
“The last debate was the lowest rated debate in history. The next and probably last one, in Miami, will do even worse. Republicans should not debate, they should UNITE in defeating the WORST & MOST INCOMPETENT ADMINISTRATION IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES,” Trump wrote in a post on Truth Social.
Suppose Trump becomes the GOP presidential nominee, which, as of now, seems very likely despite the former president being politically persecuted by President Joe Biden’s weaponized Department of Justice (DOJ). In that case, Americans will likely see a rematch of the 2020 presidential election.
Biden has faced little to no primary competition. Recently, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who initially ran for president as a Democrat, announced his switch to run as an independent presidential candidate.
As of today, the Democratic National Committee (DNC) has announced no debates for its candidates — presumably a decision to shield Biden’s ever-increasing cognitive deficiencies from the public.
Trump previously endorsed Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) for speaker of the House, but the Ohio lawmaker’s bid was essentially struck down after three House floor votes did not go in his favor, prompting House Republicans to drop him as their nominee.
Trump has suggested he would be willing to take the position of House speaker should Republicans fail to elect one. “I will do it if necessary, should they not be able to make their decision,” the former president told Fox News.