Came out in his usual rare form, as he and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz had their most public and direct fight of the campaign.
Went toe to toe with Donald Trump showing that he is an opponent to reckon with.
Delivered a strong debate performance as he sparred with Marco Rubio.
Haley, the popular South Carolina governor praised by both establishment and tea party figures, basked in goodwill from those on the stage — likely pining for her powerful South Carolina endorsement.
Ben Carson looks like he’s still trying to figure out his place at the table. And he didn’t make good use of his time. As he took his first question, he chose to start by complaining about the time it took the moderators to give him a turn rather than simply make his case to the public.
The Republican candidates took several swipes at The New York Times — and tried to turn recent negative reports to their advantage.
Strongly attacked Hillary Clinton and others but took back seat the Trump – Cruz debate.
Responded to Trump’s proposal to ban Muslims from the U.S., saying “This policy is a policy that makes it impossible to build the coalition necessary to hit ISIS.”
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