Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, second from left, gestures as opponents Marco Rubio,Ted Cruz and John Kasich watch him at the Republican presidential primary debate at Fox Theatre on Thursday in Detroit.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, second from left, gestures as opponents Marco Rubio,Ted Cruz and John Kasich watch him at the Republican presidential primary debate at Fox Theatre on Thursday in Detroit. Paul Sancya AP
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, second from left, gestures as opponents Marco Rubio,Ted Cruz and John Kasich watch him at the Republican presidential primary debate at Fox Theatre on Thursday in Detroit. Paul Sancya AP

‘Little Marco,’ ‘Lyin’ Ted’ and size matters: Donald Trump again dominates Republican debate

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