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  • The 'civil' side of the Republican party reveals itself as GOP candidates defend plans for radicalism, the environment, and anger in America

    In the last debate before Tuesday's primaries, Donald Trump, Gov. John Kasich, and Sens. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz defended their stances on contested issues including radical Islam facing the U.S., environmental policy, and their take on angry Americans. The debate Thursday evening was hosted by CNN at the University of Miami, in a state that is a major battleground for the GOP nomination.

The 'civil' side of the Republican party reveals itself as GOP candidates defend plans for radicalism, the environment, and anger in America

In the last debate before Tuesday's primaries, Donald Trump, Gov. John Kasich, and Sens. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz defended their stances on contested issues including radical Islam facing the U.S., environmental policy, and their take on angry Americans. The debate Thursday evening was hosted by CNN at the University of Miami, in a state that is a major battleground for the GOP nomination.
Cristina Rayas / McClatchy