NH 2016 #GOPDEBATE ROUNDUP: Links, video, tweets and more.
Winners: Cruz, Christie, Rubio and moderator, Mary Katharine Hamm.
Losers: Everyone else — Including ABC and their seriously screwed up introductions.
— Mashable (@mashable) February 7, 2016
-Trump was booed throughout the debate, including during his closing speech.
-Trump attacked the audience — a debate first.
-Rubio stayed too much on script, repeating one line nearly verbatim four times.
-Cruz told a story of addiction in his family that brought the entire place to silence.
-Christie attacked Rubio, which seems to rattle him.
-Bush actually landed a punch on Trump over eminent domain.
-Kasich had way too much talking time and, in actuality, said very little to help himself.
– Carly Fiorina SHOULD HAVE BEEN THERE. Shame on ABC.
– Topics were mainly foreign policy related, some domestic questions, some gotcha questions but not a single question on education. Again, Shame on ABC.
Video: FULL ABC GOP Debate P(I&II) New Hampshire Feb. 6, 2016
Transcript: Annotated version at Washington Post
Talk Time: Via NPR on Twitter
- Maybe It’s CNN Who Should “Take a Break”
- Throwing rocks in the Granite State
- Video calls ABC ‘Anybody But Carly’ network for debate snub
- Donald Trump Gets Booed, Then Attacks Debate Crowd for Being Filled With ‘Donors and Special Interests’
- Under attack, Marco Rubio malfunctions — and repeats the same line four times
- Live From New Hampshire, It’s Saturday Night G.O.P!
- Rattled Rubio Survives NH Debate
- Ted Cruz Delivers Answer on Heroin Epidemic So Powerful That Media Center Falls ‘Silent’
- Republican Presidential Debate: 9 Moments That Mattered
- Donald Trump dismisses audience after getting booed at the debate
- Cruz Easily won the NH Debate
— Meet the Press (@meetthepress) February 7, 2016
— Tim Young (@TimRunsHisMouth) February 7, 2016
ABC commentators doing what they can to build up all other candidates other than Rubio/Cruz. Might be that they have an agenda. #GOPDebate
— Brent Woodcox (@BrentWoodcox) February 7, 2016
— ForAmerica (@ForAmerica) February 7, 2016
— Twitter Government (@gov) February 7, 2016