Liberty University, the largest Evangelical university in the world, is in talks with the RNC to host a GOP debate. The debate would occur in January and feature conservative media personalities as moderators. Hillsdale College is reportedly also in the running to host the debate, but Liberty’s student paper claims that their university is the current frontrunner for the gig.
“We’ve been extremely impressed with the facilities at Liberty and their willingness to put on a top-notch professional production,” said Republican National Committee Chief Strategist Sean Spicer. “As of this moment right now, I feel very good about where we stand with Liberty.”
Several presidential candidates have spoken at LU this year, including Jeb Bush, Rand Paul, and Bernie Sanders. Ted Cruz launched his campaign at the conservative university, and Ben Carson is scheduled to speak November 11.
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