The CNN GOP Town Hall will broadcast live from Milwaukee, Wisconsin on Tuesday, March 29 with Republican candidates Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, and John Kasich appearing on stage individually to take questions from attendees during the three-hour event.
Moderated by CNN’s Anderson Cooper, tonight town hall is must-see TV tonight with just one week before the Wisconsin’s April 5 primary. Watch the event live streaming online, on your mobile device, or on CNN, CNN International and CNN en Español. Find the start time and live stream links below.
Trump tweeted on Tuesday morning that he “shouldn’t do the town hall” due to “one-sided and unfair reporting,” but he has not formally withdrawn from the event.
Wow, @CNN has nothing but my opponents on their shows. Really one-sided and unfair reporting. Maybe I shouldn’t do their town-hall tonight!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 29, 2016
CNN GOP Town Hall Start Time: 8 p.m. ET
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The three GOP candidates won’t be on stage together, but CNN predicts that although Kasich will take questions during the town hall, Trump and Cruz will be “Tuesday night’s main attraction.”
Two hours after Trump threatened to pull out of the CNN GOP Town Hall, his campaign manager Corey Lewandowski was charged with alleged battery of Michelle Fields at a Trump event in early March. Fields, a former reporter for Breitbart Media, claims that Lewandowski grabbed her right arm while tried to ask Trump a question.
According to Mediaite, after Trump tweeted that he might not show up to the CNN Town Hall, that Cruz stated that the people of Wisconsin “deserved to see a real debate” between the two GOP frontrunners, but noted that “our friend Donald finds debates very, very stressful” and that he “prefers to communicate in 140 characters or less.”
Tune in at 8 p.m. ET online or on CNN TV to see what transpires during tonight’s GOP Town Hall.