Trump is still crushing the establishment—just like McGovern and Goldwater before him.
On Thursday night, Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and John Kasich met in Detroit for the first Republican debate post-Super Tuesday. Here are the best moments from the 11th Republican presidential primary debate.
The candidates met Thursday in Detroit, which is 70 miles from the ongoing water crisis in Flint, Michigan.
The forum is the first since Donald Trump scored multi-state wins on Super Tuesday.
Republicans Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, John Kasich and Ben Carson meet for the final debate before Super Tuesday.
The forum is the only debate sanctioned by the Republican National Committee to be aired by a Spanish-language network.
Front-runner Donald Trump seems poised to land his third consecutive win in Nevada on Tuesday night.
The real estate mogul carried veterans and older voters in South Carolina, and virtually tied Ted Cruz for the evangelical vote.
The presidential nominating events will spread to the West and South this weekend.
The Ohio governor has eschewed the divisive issue in his presidential bid, even when it could help him in states like South Carolina.
While Kasich and Bush offered conciliatory rhetoric, Trump doubled down.
The Ohio governor scrambled when Colbert challenged him on the new Supreme Court vacancy.
Republican candidates called each other liars at a debate that saw little consensus, except on delaying a Supreme Court nomination.
Former Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore is the only GOP candidate who didn't earn a spot onstage.
The success of the two veteran politicians makes the Republican race even more confusing going into New Hampshire.
The Ohio governor has built a base of support among moderate Republicans and independent voters.
Unlike other debates, ABC News will not hold an undercard for low-polling candidates.
The Ohio governor tied with Ted Cruz for second place in a new WBUR poll in the early-voting state of New Hampshire.
Cruz and Trump began arguing about Cruz's eligibility to run for office.