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Bill Kristol: Trump Could Still Lose Debates, Despite Fewer Candidates

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By    |   Wednesday, 02 Mar 2016 05:37 PM

Donald Trump has the most to lose in the remaining Republican debates now that only four candidates will be involved, The Weekly Standard Editor Bill Kristol told Newsmax TV on Wednesday.

"I don't think he ends up winning over people — and at times he might lose some people," Kristol told "The Steve Malzberg Show" in an interview. "But obviously, he's been unpredictable."

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The Fox News debate Thursday in Detroit will feature on four contenders — Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and John Kasich — after Ben Carson said Wednesday that he would not participate.

"Rubio's a great debater," Kristol said. "Then, he froze in New Hampshire — and that really hurt him, if you think back on the dynamics in this campaign.

"Cruz has always been a good debater. Probably never really been hurt by any of the debates.

"Trump's a little bit more up and down. I just think it probably makes the debate more significant" now that Carson will not be participating," he said.

"It doesn't really affect the major candidates."

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