The republican presidential debate is hosted by CNN and will be aired on CNN in the early morning of November 6th. The debate will begin at 9:00 a.m. EST and will last approximately six hours.
Now that we know that the moderator will be a former CNN anchor, we can expect to see a bit more of the usual Republican talking points about how many votes they need to win. But it’s also worth noting that CNN’s main event is going to be just a bit more Republican-leaning than most debates. CNN’s debate will have three lead-out commentators: CNN political analyst David Gergen, CNN political director Dana Bash, and CNN political analyst and former CNN anchor Candy Crowley.
If you’re not a fan of the “moderate” approach to politics, then you’ll be happy to hear of the moderator. Gergen’s main purpose is to steer the debate in a moderate direction. It was also announced that the debate will be live-streamed on CNN’s website and can be downloaded for free.
This isn’t exactly the “no spin” format that CNN typically uses, but it’s certainly no spin. CNN has always taken on political topics like wars and elections, but this year it is taking on the current political climate. At the same time, the event is promoting a new website, “CNNPolitics.com,” which will provide a forum for viewers to submit questions and debates, as well as the chance to see some of the CNN crew in person.
The Republican Debate is going to be held on October 20th at the University of Miami, the same venue where the last presidential debate was held. CNN has decided to invite all the top Republican candidates to this event. The event is going to include a question-and-answer period with CNN anchor Anderson Cooper, as well as a debate featuring all the candidates. And of course, CNN will be featuring live coverage of the event on air and online.
CNN has been hosting its own debates for years, but it will be the first time they have invited candidates to the event. In the past, candidates have had to watch the live debate on TV before being invited, so this will be a first for the candidates. The debate is going to be moderated by CNN’s Anderson Cooper, and will include the top candidates running for president.
It seems CNN is going all out to make this all possible. They’ve already taken the time to buy the best sound and video equipment we’ve ever used, and plan to bring in a top CNN correspondent to conduct interviews with the candidates. CNN also plans to use the live stream to keep the debate on a 24-hour loop.
The debate is scheduled to take place on 8th August. It should be a full day of questions and answers, and probably some sort of live news report. We will definitely be keeping an eye out for any live reports from the event.
A full day of interviews and debates should be the most fun the candidates have had in a long time. The debate will be broadcast live on CNN, but it is also available for livestream on CNN iReport. I think it’s pretty safe to say that a lot of people will be tuning in.
There is a lot of talk about looping debates, and on the surface it seems like a very big deal. But in reality it’s just a way for major candidates to get their message across. It’s done in a variety of ways, including having debates on TV, or sending out tweets with questions and answers. I think its safe to say that a lot of people will be tuning in.