WASHINGTON (CNN) - All eight major Republican presidential candidates will participate in the CNN/YouTube/Republican Party of Florida debate scheduled for November 28 in St. Petersburg, Florida, organizers of the event announced Monday.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, California Rep. Duncan Hunter, Arizona Sen. John McCain, Texas Rep. Ron Paul, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, Colorado Rep. Tom Tancredo, and former Tennessee Sen. Fred Thompson have confirmed they will take part in this innovative, live forum that will feature user-generated video questions submitted to YouTube's Web site.
CNN's Anderson Cooper will moderate the two hour debate that will begin at 8 p.m. ET.
CNN and YouTube teamed up with the South Carolina Democratic Party and the Democratic National Committee in July for a similar debate held in Charleston.
p.s. is brandi the re-incarnation of the infamous laurinda/karen? now that's scary ! ;)
Your complete lack of education and common sense is apparent. I'm sure that there is a nice community college somewhere near you, perhaps enrolling in a political science or world history class would help you understand this crazy mixed up world in which you live. it might even help you understand how your girl could have voted for a war (and to fund it) and now that it's not going so well, she is opposed to it.
Rupert Murdoch Loves Hillary Clinton
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FOX IS BEHIND HILLARY! This is against the law.
Will we see McCain finally call out chickenhawks Giuliani and Romney? My guess is yes.