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    The Republican National Committee would have chosen Miami as the venue for its third debate

    The third Republican presidential debate will take place in Miami, Florida, in early November, This was revealed by an official from the Republican National Committee (RNC), cited anonymously by the television network. FoxNews.

    Although the possibility had been mentioned that the exchange of ideas between Republican candidates for the presidential election would take place at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, the proposal did not meet expectations. and instead it was decided to take the event to the state governed by Ron DeSantis, who as host must take advantage of the opportunity to make his campaign rebound, since after the first debate he remains unchanged in the preferences of the citizens, but far behind of the leader Donald Trump who, presumably, will not attend the second or third debate either.

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    This way, it turned out that NBCNews and Salem Media They are in talks to organize the event, where it is expected that the group of applicants has been reduced compared to the eight participants present in MilwaukeeWisconsin, on August 23.

    And for the second Republican debate that will take place in Simi Valley, California, on September 27, only six candidates will participate.

    For now, the Republican National Committee has not defined the qualification criteria for the third event where the Republican candidates will try to better position themselves among the citizens.

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    Unlike the first debate, where Republicans were required to have at least 40,000 donors, the number has risen to 50,000.

    Furthermore, in the results of three national polls or two national and two early state polls, they should have had at least 1% support, but this figure was now set at 3%.

    Other Mandatory requirement to take part in the debates is to sign a commitment to support the eventual Republican candidate, This is the case that at the end of the selection process it is someone else who obtains the candidacy.

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    It should be noted that, In the first debate, Ron DeSantis was rated as the best-performing candidate; while Nikki Haley was the revelation of the night and Vivek Ramaswamy, the most criticized by his adversaries in the political arena.

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    Source: La Opinion

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