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Watch Each Candidates Best Line From the GOP Debate in Detroit


Here is the best line from each of the GOP candidates - Donald Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), and Gov. John Kasich (R-Ohio) - during the Fox News presidential debate in Detroit, Michigan.

Ted Cruz issued a strong warning to radical Islamists who threaten America:

“When I am commander-in-chief, every militant on the face of the Earth will understand that, if they go and join ISIS, if they wage jihad against the United States of America, they are signing their death warrant.”



Marco Rubio mocked liberal claims that lead-contaminated water supplies are, somehow, part of a Republican plot:

"The way the Democrats have tried to turn into a partisan issue – that, somehow, Republicans woke up in the morning and decided, “Oh, it’s a good idea to poison some kids with lead,” it’s absurd, it’s outrageous, it isn’t true. All of us are outraged by what happened and we should work together to solve it."


John Kasich comments on religious liberty and whether or not businesses should be forced to work on gay marriages:


"If you go to a photographer to take pictures at your wedding and he says, 'I’d rather not do it,' find another photographer – don’t sue them in court."


Donald Trump says legal guns would've saved lives in Paris:

"I’m a big defender of the Second Amendment. And, if you’ve look at what’s happened, whether it’s in California where you had 14 people killed, whether it’s in Paris which, by the way has the toughest gun laws in the world, and 130 people killed…"

"If we had guns, or if they had guns on the other side of the room with the bullets going in the opposite direction, you would not have had 130 people killed. That, I can tell you right now."







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