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  • Last stand for the Republican candidates before Super Tuesday

    In their last stand before the Super Tuesday primaries, the final five GOP presidential candidates got into fiery debate to prove to voters who among them is the strongest to win the White House against the Democrats. Donald Trump, Marco Rubio, John Kasich, Ben Carson, and Ted Cruz responded to questions about immigration, the Latino vote, the vacant Supreme Court seat, and fighting terrorism. Trump also cited an audit as to the reason why he is not releasing his tax filings.

In their last stand before the Super Tuesday primaries, the final five GOP presidential candidates got into fiery debate to prove to voters who among them is the strongest to win the White House against the Democrats. Donald Trump, Marco Rubio, John Kasich, Ben Carson, and Ted Cruz responded to questions about immigration, the Latino vote, the vacant Supreme Court seat, and fighting terrorism. Trump also cited an audit as to the reason why he is not releasing his tax filings. Credit: Cristina Rayas/McClatchy
In their last stand before the Super Tuesday primaries, the final five GOP presidential candidates got into fiery debate to prove to voters who among them is the strongest to win the White House against the Democrats. Donald Trump, Marco Rubio, John Kasich, Ben Carson, and Ted Cruz responded to questions about immigration, the Latino vote, the vacant Supreme Court seat, and fighting terrorism. Trump also cited an audit as to the reason why he is not releasing his tax filings. Credit: Cristina Rayas/McClatchy

At last, Marco Rubio takes on Donald Trump in fiery Republican debate

February 25, 2016 11:01 PM