On the eve of tonight's debate, Donald Trump is showing no fear of losing his dominant position in the race for GOP presidential nomination, yet the second-place candidate is quickly closing the gap between the outspoken real estate mogul and himself.
According to Fox News, a new poll is showing former neurosurgeon Ben Carson only 4% percent below Trump in Republican voter support. The New York Times/CBS News survey has Trump at 27% and Carson at 23%. Jeb Bush has fallen to 6% and Scott Walker has plummeted to 2% as the political outsiders have secured more and more of the nation's attention.
Meanwhile, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina may be sitting at a distant 4% of Republican support in the poll, but according to The Wall Street Journal, she is ready to go into tonight's CNN Republican debate swinging. She missed getting included with the top-tier candidates for NBC's Aug. 6 debate, but after complaining about an alleged Republican establishment conspiracy to keep her suppressed, she has won her spot to go directly head-to-head with the man who recently criticized her looks, her career and her ability to run a company.
At a Monday night rally in Dallas, Trump mentioned the attention that Fiorina and Carson are garnering and replied that "nobody is going to be able to do the job that I am going to do."
Who do you think will win tonight's debate?