President Donald J. Trump keeps his promises, so it is pretty much a guarantee that something interesting is going to happen tonight as Americans gather around their devices to follow the Debate war between the GOP primary candidates, who all want to have the GOP nomination for Presidential candidate for 2024.
And the irony is so beautiful that the former host of one of Fox News’s most popular shows will be right in the middle of it all – making this event a massive culture war.
Chances we will be talking about this night for a very long time, and definitely all the way past the 2024 general election.
Social media is a buzz with the details, highlighting where Trump has promised a great show:
From The Hill about Wednesday’s Debate war:
Former President Trump’s sit-down with ex-Fox News host Tucker Carlson will be released Wednesday night just as the Republican presidential primary debate is set to begin on the network, Trump confirmed in a social media post.
The former president wrote on Truth Social that his interview with Carlson, which was taped several days ago, will air at 9 p.m. The primary debate featuring eight of Trump’s GOP rivals is scheduled to air from 9-11 p.m. on Fox News.
“Sparks will fly,” Trump wrote, teasing the interview, which will reportedly stream on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter.
Trump opted to skip the debate, citing his significant lead in many national and state-level polls over the other primary candidates. The former president had for months questioned why he should subject himself to attacks from other candidates whom he leads by wide margins in polls of GOP voters.
Some truth is going to come out tonight… we can count on that.