GOP Candidate Calls For RNC To Limit Number Of Candidates At Next Debate
Donald Trump remains the GOP frontrunner.
He is leading big in GOP primary polls.
The RNC is still hosting primary debates – Trump has already said that he won’t do any debates.
GOP Presidential Candidate Vivek Ramaswamy is now asking the RNC to limit how many candidates are at the debate.
He also wants the donor threshold to be increased to $100,000.
Vivek Ramaswamy’s campaign reportedly asked the Republican National Committee to significantly limit the number of GOP presidential candidates on stage for the party’s next presidential primary debate.
In a letter to RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel and Committee on Arrangements co-Chairs David Bossie and Anne Hathaway, Vivek 2024 CEO Ben Yoho requested that the RNC restrict the next debate stage to the four Republican candidates polling the highest nationally, after former President Donald Trump, according to The Hill.
The campaign also asked the RNC to increase the donor threshold to 100,000.
“[A]gainst the backdrop of a chaotic second debate and the reality of a frontrunner who has declined to participate, we respectfully call on the RNC to revise its approach so that Republican voters can focus on serious candidates who have a viable path to beating Joe Biden – or whomever the Democrats put up to replace him,” Yoho wrote.