The Republican National Committee said Wednesday that Fox News will host the first GOP presidential primary debate in 2024 and will work with online video platform Rumble to broadcast the event from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in August. For the debate, Fox will also be working with the Young America’s Foundation.
RNC President Ronna McDaniel said in a statement to Fox News, “I am thrilled to announce that our first debate in Milwaukee will be in partnership with Fox News, the Young America’s Foundation and Rumble.”
Fox News will be the only network to broadcast the debate, and Rumble will serve as the main live stream provider. On the “Fox & Friends” morning show on Fox News Channel, McDaniel announced the occasion would be a “Fox News Republican Party Debate”.
The RNC is excited to be streaming live on Rumble, she added, because “we’re moving away from big tech, YouTube is owned by Google.”
The platform’s CEO, Chris Pavlovski, said “protecting free speech isn’t just a slogan, it runs through our company’s DNA.”
The Young America’s Foundation will help reach young voters, many of whom get their news from social media sites like Instagram and TikTok.
It’s about winning [President] Joe Biden, McDaniel responded when asked if GOP candidates would vow to support the eventual GOP nominee. It is about combating the current situation in this country.
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