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Breaking! Top GOP Candidate To SKIP Fox News Debate!

Donald Trump Holds Campaign Rally In North Carolina

We have just learned that GOP frontrunner Donald Trump will skip next Monday’s GOP debate on Fox News and instead will give a speech to the powerful AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs Committee).

From The Hill:

Donald Trump will miss the final Republican presidential debate to address a major pro-Israel lobbying organization instead, according to an insider.

“Hearing that Trump secured a Monday night speaking slot at AIPAC conf. in D.C,” tweeted Noah Pollak, executive director of the Emergency Committee for Israel, referencing the American Israel Public Affairs Committee.

“Also happening that night: [the] Republican debate in Salt Lake City,” he added, alluding to the 13th GOP presidential contest on March 21.

Fox News announced on Monday that it is hosting next week’s contest in Salt Lake City — its fourth event this presidential election. Trump remained non-committal later that evening when asked about his plans.

“Well, I don’t know,” he said on Fox News’s “On the Record” when asked if he would attend the contest. “I know nothing about it right now.

“I just heard somebody had announced that they wanted to do another debate,” Trump told host Greta Van Susteren. “And I don’t blame them.

“You know, the debates are getting phenomenal ratings. Not the Democrats. The Democrats are getting terrible ratings. But the Republican debates are getting phenomenal ratings. I’ll have to look into the place and time and everything else because I really don’t know anything about it.”

Trump has repeatedly suggested he would avoid additional debates as he tightens his grip on the GOP presidential nomination.

AIPAC announced last Friday that Trump would addressing its conference, which runs March 20-22. Other confirmed speakers include Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton, Speaker Paul Ryan (R-

Trump has come under fire from two of his GOP presidential primary rivals, Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), for repeatedly vowing he would stay “neutral” in the conflict between Israel and Palestine.

“I will tell you, I think if we’re ever going to negotiate a peace settlement…I think it would be more helpful as a negotiator, if I go in and say I’m pro-Israel, but at least have the other side know I’m somewhat neutral to them so that we can maybe get a deal done,” he said during the 12th GOP presidential debate in Miami last week.

Trump’s campaign, AIPAC, and the Emergency Committee for Israel did not return requests for comment on the billionaire’s upcoming plans.

Here’s video from Trump’s victory speech last night:

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Comments

6 Comments

  1. William says:

    Good for him. At this point even the news media is reporting ALL THE ATTACKS TO STOP TRUMP. The party is NOT the People. Republican Establishment is lowering itself below the Liberals on this one….

  2. William says:

    Good for him. At this point even the news media is reporting ALL THE ATTACKS TO STOP TRUMP. The party is NOT the People. Republican Establishment is lowering itself below the Liberals on this one….

  3. Burnel says:

    Trump owes no-one anything.. can you see it?? He is independent.

  4. Arizona Don says:

    There is only one reason to have so many so called debates. Get rid of Trump.

  5. Jerry says:

    I agree, skip the debate unless FOX is willing to make a large domination to the charity oof Trumps choice.

  6. Dora says:

    I don’t blame him for going with something else that night. All FNC wants to do is beat up on him. Let kasich and cruz show that they are not the man Trump is and they will never make it to the White House. Boring and tedious. Too many debates anyway… Trump is our guy!

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