I was always told that if a person has to tell you to believe them then they are probably lying. We should be able to go by a person’s record not by their rhetoric. If you want me to believe that you will bring jobs back then you might want to start with your own overseas businesses. Show me that you mean what you say. I guess Republicans are different. Seems that they would rather go for words than actions.
Hours before the New Hampshire voters, the presidential candidates created their last pitches before the GOP debate tonight. Take a look and let us know in the poll below who you thought had the best pitch if you were voting on Tuesday.
From Fox News:
No more “under-card,” no more clown-car jokes — Americans on Saturday night will see lean GOP presidential field in the party’s eighth official televised debate.
With three Republican candidates suspending their campaign after last week’s Iowa Caucus, a field of seven will share the stage, ahead of such inevitable questions as who’s the prime target for attacks and which candidates have the most to lose.
National frontrunner Donald Trump has dominated the 2016 GOP election cycle and public polls but finds himself in the unusual position of having to mount a comeback after losing.
Trump lost in Iowa to conservative firebrand Texas GOP Sen. Ted Cruz. The billionaire businessman leads Cruz and the rest of the Republican field by double-digits going into the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday and is projected to win.
However, polls are occasionally unreliable, and the primary season is just getting started.
Trump will as the front-runner face much of the attacks.
But after winning Iowa with some questionable, eleventh-hour tactics, Cruz will also be a likely target.
Joining Cruz and Trump at the ABC debate at St. Anselm College, in New Hampshire, are Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, Ohio Gov. John Kasich, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson.
Take part in the poll and choose the candidate that you would support after watching these final pitches: