Kellyanne Conway, a pollster at Fox News, said that the Republican primary debate stage will be one with true ideological and culture diversity. The Democratic Party, however, won’t allow any dissenters to challenge their designated candidate.
Martha MacCallum of Fox News, on Monday’s “The Story,” shared the list candidates who have currently met the RNC threshold for appearing in the network’s August 23rd debate in Wisconsin.
The list includes: Former President Donald Trump, Florida Governor. Ron DeSantis, South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott, Ohio-born entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy, former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley and former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. Chris Christie.
Conway, Fox News’ contributor, said that there was still time for others to get on stage. This feat required 40,000 unique donors who gave at least $1 each and a 1% threshold from two national polls and two state polls.
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“I think that the RNC set up a very good criteria, because there’s probably 75 million Republican registered voters in the United States who are actively engaged and active. If you cannot get at least 40,000 people to donate a dollar each, you may not be the right person for this campaign.