The Republican Party's national committee has announced the official candidates who will participate in the first primary debate for the presidential elections of 2024. The event, which will be held in Milwaukee, will be moderated by CNN. Some of the notable individuals who have qualified include governors Chris Christie of New Jersey and Doug Burgum of North Dakota, as well as Mike Pence and Nikki Haley.
Donald Trump was not on the list. Although he had qualified, he decided not to participate.
RedState's Managing Editor Jennifer Van Laar commented on the news article and noted that several lesser-known candidates, such as Perry Johnson, Will Hurd, and Larry Elder, were able to qualify for the debate. She also said that there might be issues with the qualifications of the candidates who came from their campaigns.
According to Jennifer, the chair of the Republican National Committee, Ronna McDaniel, is looking forward to showcasing the many conservative candidates who will be participating in the debate and defeating Joe Biden. She also thanks the other organizations involved in the event, such as Fox News and the Young America's Foundation.
In her rewrite, Jennifer noted that despite the statements made by some of Trump's surrogates, who have said that they would be participating in the debate in support of the former president, Fox News has informed the campaign that they will not be allowed to participate. This is because Trump won't be participating. She also briefly talked about her background.