The Fourth GOP Undercard Debate in Tweets

By Amelia Hamilton Published on November 10, 2015

Welcome to the seventh GOP debate (yes, seventh): the Fox Business/WSJ undercard debate.

Right off the bat, this debate was notable in one particular arena:

Chris Christie drew praise for refusing to trash the other candidates:

In the closing statements, Huckabee told the story of a child who sent him $6. Did it work?

The prevailing opinion on Twitter was that Christie had the strongest closing:

Here’s each candidate, in a nutshell:

The debate was fairly bland, and many were questioning if we really needed to keep having undercard debates.

One silly suggestion might have livened things up a bit!

Onward to the main event- the 8th GOP debate.

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