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Latinos React to Fox News GOP Debate's Continued Anti-Immigration Rhetoric

Despite Republican front-runner Donald Trump's absence from the GOP debate on Thursday, attending candidates did little to distance themselves from the controversial figure's hateful and divisive rhetoric.
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GOP Debate Recap: Puerto Rico, Immigration Flip Flops in Final Debate Before Iowa Caucus

The final GOP debate before the Feb. 1 Iowa caucus kicked off on Thursday night and immigration became a heavy focus.
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Republican National Committee End NBC Partnership, CNN Will Host February GOP Debate

The Republican National Committee (RNC) announced Monday it has officially cut ties with NBC and will partner with a different media outlet for an upcoming Republican debate following their fallout over the CNBC GOP debate in October 2015.
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Chris Christie, Bobby Jindal Dominate Undercard GOP Debate, Attacks Hillary Clinton & Obama

The fourth Republican presidential debate focused on the economy and social services with four candidates who failed to reach the main debate criteria.
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2016 Presidential Race: GOP Candidates Try to Differentiate Themselves on Immigration Reform

It came as no surprise that the GOP candidates running in the 2016 presidential election spent an ample amount of time discussing immigration reform, an ongoing hot button issue in national discourse, during the first Republican primary debate on Thursday.
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Top 10 Republican Presidential Candidates Confirmed for Thursday's First Major Debate

The first 2016 Republican presidential debate finally has its 10 candidates following criteria set forth by Fox News Channel. The 10 names were revealed based on their rankings on the five national polls and include real estate businessman Donald Trump, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida.
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