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They call it the undercard debate. But it could just as easily be described as an island of misfit Republicans.
Money, and the risk of incurring personal debt, is the driving factor for most candidates who opt out.
"We're not getting any candy or anything..."
Half a dozen Republican presidential candidates are edging toward financial crisis, raising the specter that some may be forced to drop out of the sprawling field of contenders.
Candidates inevitably face two fall challenges: Voters start looking more closely at them and discover flaws, and they start considering who they want as president, not just as messenger. Here are the tests Trump faces ...
It made sense that the two biggest names in the GOPeeWee debate belonged to men who weren't even in the room: Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump.
Let's take a look at the insults Trump has been dishing out — and at the failed efforts from the competition to bring him down.