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Republican debate, round three

Wednesday, October 28, 2015 - 01:12

The top 10 GOP candidates vying for the Republican presidential nomination will spar over fiscal policy when they face off for their third debate in Boulder, Colorado. Linda So reports.

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Donald Trump wants to regain his footing. SOUNDBITE: DONALD TRUMP, REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE, SAYING: "I mean I am second, it's not like terrible, but I don't like being second. Second is terrible to me." A new poll shows for the first time, Trump is trailing neurosurgeon Ben Carson. SOUNDBITE: BEN CARSON, REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE, SAYING: "I'm just going to keep doing what I've been doing, and that is telling the truth and talking about things that I think are relevant to the people." Heading into the third Republican debate, which will focus of fiscal policy, candidates trailing the two front-runners will try to turn the tide. Senator Rand Paul announced his opposition to a two-year budget deal aimed at averting another government shutdown. Paul is vowing a filibuster. SOUNDBITE: RAND PAUL, REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE, SAYING: "I think it is a horrible... It's hard for me not to use profanity in describing it." The trailing GOP candidates are in need of a strong performance Wednesday night. Governor John Kasich is among them. In a pre-debate rally, he went after Ben Carson. SOUNDBITE: GOVERNOR JOHN KASICH, REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE, SAYING: "We got one candidate that says we ought to abolish Medicaid and Medicare. Have you ever heard of anything as crazy as that?" The two-hour debate will be held in Boulder, Colorado.

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Republican debate, round three

Wednesday, October 28, 2015 - 01:12