Forum In N.H. A Warmup For First GOP Debate Of 2016 Race

Forum In N.H. A Warmup For First GOP Debate Of 2016 Race

By Don Gonyea

Fourteen Republican presidential hopefuls made for a crowded GOP field Monday night in Manchester, N.H. Donald Trump declined to attend. It wasn’t a debate, but rather two rounds of fast-paced interviews with the candidates over two hours. The event took place as some of the participants scramble to make the final cut for the first official debate set for Thursday in Cleveland.

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