The fourth Republican presidential debate is scheduled for 6 p.m. Arizona time on Dec. 6 at the University of Alabama. The debate will be co-moderated by Megyn Kelly, Elizabeth Vargas, and Eliana Johnson. Despite satirical criticism of the GOP debates, the article emphasizes the seriousness of the event and the candidates’ positions, with particular attention to Donald Trump’s potential actions that could pose a threat to democracy.
4th Republican Presidential Debate: A Step Away from a Clown Show?
The fourth Republican presidential debate may not seem as chaotic as its predecessors. Despite the candidates’ theatrics, the debate is a serious matter, especially with Donald Trump’s threats to democracy if he wins another term. The participants, Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley, could face tough questions on defending the Constitution and democracy with the right moderators.
4th GOP Debate Schedule
The debate will be held at 6 p.m. Arizona time on Wednesday, Dec. 6 at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. Viewers can watch the debate on NewsNation’s TV channel and its website. The CW network will also simulcast the debate in eastern and central time zones.
Vivek Ramaswamy has not yet qualified for the debate. He has made headlines for taking the title of “buffooniest buffoon” from Kari Lake. Meanwhile, Trump has expressed his intentions to take actions that pose a genuine threat to democracy.
Megyn Kelly and Elizabeth Vargas to Co-Moderate
Megyn Kelly, a veteran debate moderator, and Elizabeth Vargas, a former local reporter in Phoenix, will co-moderate the debate. Kelly has reinvented herself as a conservative-leaning radio and podcast host. Vargas brings serious journalism to the panel.
The third moderator is Eliana Johnson, the editor-in-chief of the Washington Free Beacon, a conservative news site. The site includes a “Biden’s Age Tracker” and headlines criticizing President Biden and other liberal political figures.
How Can I Watch the 4th Republican Debate?
The debate can be watched at 6 p.m. Arizona time Wednesday, Dec. 6 on NewsMax, Newsmax’s website, and the CW.
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