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RNC drops NBC as debate host

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The Republican National Committee (RNC) has formally split with NBC for its debate next month in Houston, announcing Monday that it will partner with CNN to broadcast the event. The debate was originally slated to take place Feb. 26 at the University of Houston. Now it will take place a day earlier, Feb. 25, in Houston at a location that has yet to be announced. The Republican Party has scheduled three more debates in February, including the one in Houston, along with two more in March hosted by major networks including Fox and CNN.
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