NewsNation will host the next Republican primary debate on December 6, with Megyn Kelly, Elizabeth Vargas, and Eliana Johnson as moderators.
The debate will be exclusively aired on NewsNation and The CW Network, with a livestream on NewsNation’s website and Rumble.
Nexstar’s President of Networks, Sean Compton, highlighted the network’s commitment to unbiased news.
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— Kellie Meyer (@KellieMeyerNews) November 9, 2023
Nexstar’s President of Networks, Sean Compton, said, “From the very beginning, our mission, as stated in our first press release, has been ‘news absent bias.’ We are proud to report that, according to a variety of media watchdog groups, we’ve successfully maintained this brand mission since day one.”
“This achievement reflects the dedication and commitment of each member of our team to deliver unbiased news to our audience and serve up opinionated talk that is professional and respectful of differing viewpoints.”
“Thanks to the exceptional work of our leaders, Michael Corn and Cherie Grzech, NewsNation has been chosen as the host for the fourth and final Republican primary debate of 2023. This is a testament to our network’s growing importance and impact in the media landscape,” it continued.
The debate will have higher entry requirements for candidates, including polling and donor thresholds.
“All candidates must receive at least 6% support in two national polls — or 6% in one national poll and 6% in one statewide poll in one of the key early voting states: Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, or Nevada,” the report found.
“In addition, they must have at least 80,000 donors — and have 200 or more donors from each of 20 states or territories.”
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