Fresh off Super Tuesday and just two days before the next round of primaries, the Republican presidential candidates will hold another debate. It will be on Fox News at 9:00 p.m. ET in Detroit. (Michigan is a big prize on the March 5 primary.)
This will be a rematch between Donald Trump and Fox News panelist Megyn Kelly. Last time, Trump refused to debate with her as moderator. This time, though, he will be there.
Come here to comment on the debate as it unfolds. I plan to.
Details after the jump.
As Republican contenders for the presidential nomination head to Detroit, here’s a guide of everything you need to know about Thursday’s debate.The essentials
The Republican primary debate takes place on March 3 at 9 p.m. It will be held at the Fox Theatre and be broadcast on Fox News and online at www.foxnews.com.
Who will be there?
Unless one of them drops out after Super Tuesday, the five remaining candidates left seeking the Republican presidential nomination are Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, John Kasich and Ben Carson. The debate is a homecoming for Carson, who was born in Detroit. [UPDATE: Carson has dropped out of the race.]