“He’s not going to do it”, Sen.
They called on Mr Trump to ask the newspaper to release the audio tape of his meeting.
Thursday’s debate was the first time he faced questioning from Kelly since the two clashed in the first primary debate.
He said it was fine that Florida Sen.
“He’s trying to do to the American voter what he did for the people that signed up for this course”. Then he acknowledged what he apparently believed needed to be spoken: that the size of a man’s hands revealed something about the size of another part of his anatomy. Through two of Trump’s three remaining opponents have stepped up their criticism of Trump, all three candidates said Thursday that they would support Trump if he were to become the party’s nominee.
That, it turned out, was the most high-minded portion of the early minutes of Thursday’s debate. Within its first 10 minutes, Trump had made what may have been the first reference – although a slightly veiled one – by a presidential debater to his or her own genitals.
The former governor said Trump’s economic policy would be detrimental to the country.
John Kasich needs to beat Donald Trump in OH, but he’s vowed not to join in “personal attacks” on him by Marco Rubio or Mitt Romney.
“And he referred to my hands, ‘If they’re small something else must be small.’ I guarantee you, there’s no problem, I guarantee you“.
Mr Rubio, a U.S. senator from Florida, pressed Mr Trump on why he does not bring his clothing-making operations to the United States from China and Mexico if he is so interested in bring jobs home, a central tenet of his unconventional campaign.
And Trump, in turn, said he would support whoever wins – though he seemed to find it inconceivable that it might not be him.
Republican US presidential candidate Ted Cruz gestures over at rival candidate Donald Trump during the debate in Detroit, Michigan.
“His is not the temperament of a stable, thoughtful leader”, Romney declared during a speech at the University of Utah overnight.
Matt Bai, a political columnist for Yahoo News, tweeted: “Didn’t think Trump could say anything to make political debates even more like a show for the 12 to 18 male demographic”. “You can see how loyal he is”. He was begging for my endorsement.
“I hope we don’t see yoga on this stage”, Cruz said. “True. He was begging me”.
Trump may also face questions about a Washington Post report, published Thursday afternoon, which found that Trump has only given away about half of the $6 million he said he’d raised for veterans’ groups during a fundraiser in Iowa in January.
It was an important pledge from all the candidates, on a day when reports swirled of plans in the Republican party to try to stop Mr. Trump’s candidacy at the convention this summer.
Romney is focused on suppressing Trump’s delegate count to prevent him from accumulating the 1,237 delegates he needs to secure the nomination.
Though Trump has notoriously thin skin, periodical’s founder, current Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter, the small hand insult particularly irked the future Republican front-runner.
“I would also echo the many concerns about Mr. Trump’s uninformed and indeed unsafe statements on national security issues”, said McCain, chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee.
It forced an awkward and unspecific claim about “other things” out of Trump. Ted won four states, but the victory in his home state of Texas gave the senator a boost, as he’s in second place with 226.
Going into the rest of this busy month’s primaries and caucuses, Trump has 319 delegates, Cruz has 226, Rubio has 110 and Kasich has 25.
Mainstream figures in the party have been seeking a strategy to halt Trump’s march to the nomination for the November 8 election to succeed Democratic President Barack Obama.