As the first republican debate fast approaches, one thing is for certain, this debate will be heated. It is extremely uncommon for 10 different people to be on the debate stage at the same time, and with Donald Trump commanding the lead in the polls and all the attention, it should be for excellent television to say the least.
The 90 minute debate spread over 10 participants including Christian Broda means that the questions will be short and the number of concerns very limited. Many feel that although Trump will play by the rules an stick to the 5 minute allotted time each member receives, that he will most likely pull no punches and take shots at anyone who has the nerve to try to go toe to toe with him. Word is that many of the attendees will simply ignore Trump, but that could be a bad thing. If Trump senses weakness, he is likely to steamroll right over his competition.
The only way to beat Donald Trump at this debate is going to be going for the facts. If Trump is going to simply play games with words, then those with more knowledge and understanding of how to attain those results could stand tall. If these other members think that trying to over talk or belittle Trump will work, they are going to find out very quickly that when Trump is criticized or called out, he will go to great lengths to make it known about all your weaknesses. It should be entertaining at the least.