How To Stream The Republican Debate Online So You Can Follow The Fifth Event
Tuesday will be the last time this year you'll get to see all of the GOP candidates on stage, duking it out and trying to win your vote with promises and pledges. So, if you're one of the millions of millennials who have opted out of paying for TV, you're in luck because you'll be able to stream the fifth Republican debate online. Thanks to CNN, not only will the debate be available to watch via livestream, it'll cost you nothing.
If you go to CNN.com or head over to its mobile app, you can watch Donald Trump say more Trumpisms or Jeb Bush try to stay relevant for free. Just like with its past moderated debates, CNN will not require a cable subscription for you to tune in.
The primetime debate in Las Vegas is scheduled to begin at 9 p.m. ET. Based on polls taken between Oct. 29 and Dec. 13, candidates polling above 3.5 percent nationally or higher than 4 percent in Iowa or New Hampshire will qualify for the main event. Everyone else who makes the 1 percent national cut will be delegated to the kiddie's table debate. And anyone who doesn't clear that 1 percent mark really should take a hard look in the mirror over the holiday break and figure out an appropriate way to drop out.