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Trump dumps Fox News debate, but is it the right move?




Donald Trump holds a picture of himself after being given it as he greets people during a campaign event at the University of Iowa on January 26, 2016 in Iowa City, Iowa.
Donald Trump holds a picture of himself after being given it as he greets people during a campaign event at the University of Iowa on January 26, 2016 in Iowa City, Iowa.
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Donald Trump says he won’t take part in tomorrow night’s GOP debate on Fox News.

His announcement came from his campaign last night (Tuesday), and follows months of tension between the two sides after Trump spoke openly about his dislike of Fox News’ Megyn Kelly.

This debate marks the last before the Iowa caucuses next week, and would mark the first debate that Trump has not been a part of.

How will this move affect Trump’s campaign? Has Fox News responded in the right way to Trump?

Guests:

James Warren, Chief media writer for Poynter.org; he tweets from @JimWarren55

John Feehery, Republican strategist and President of Quinn Gillespie Communications; he’s also a columnist for The Hill. He tweets from @JohnFeehery

James Broussard, Professor of history at Lebanon Valley College in Annville, PA