Trump Makes Decision On Second GOP Debate

In a recent development, former President Donald Trump has made the decision to not participate in the second GOP debate. As reported by The New York Times, Trump’s decision has added another layer of unpredictability to an already tumultuous primary season.

The debate, scheduled to be held in Detroit, was anticipated by many as an opportunity to see Trump face off against his Republican contenders. In the past, Trump has expressed dissatisfaction with debate formats and moderators.

The former President’s choice to not attend the debate should be seen as another strategic move. By abstaining from the debate, Trump avoids potential confrontations and challenging questions from both moderators and fellow candidates. Additionally, his absence ensures that he remains a focal point of discussion, even without being present.

The New York Times wrote:

Former President Donald J. Trump is planning to travel to Detroit on the day of the next Republican primary debate, according to two Trump advisers with knowledge of the plans, injecting himself into the labor dispute between striking autoworkers and the nation’s leading auto manufacturers.

The trip, which will include a prime-time speech before current and former union members, is the second consecutive primary debate that Mr. Trump



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