Photo edit of President Donald J. Trump and potential V.P. choices. Credit: Alexander J. Williams III/Pop Acta.

Fox News Debates Policy

  • No-entry policy announced for Fox News’ first GOP primary debate.
  • The policy applies to all team members representing candidates not present on the debate stage, including former President Donald Trump’s representatives.
  • This decision came after Trump declined participation in the debate.

Notable Figures Affected

  • Donald Trump Jr. was planning to attend the debate representing his father.
  • Kimberly Guilfoyle, Trump Jr.’s fiancée, was rumored to manage media relations for Trump.
  • Other Trump supporters, including ex-gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake, and Republican Representatives Byron Donalds and Matt Gaetz of Florida, were preparing to participate, as reported by CNN’s Alayna Treene.

Trump’s Team Reaction

  • Despite the ban, Trump’s team is still pursuing opportunities to be involved.
  • They are working with Fox News and the Republican National Committee on possible post-debate presence in the media hub or “spin room.”
  • Trump himself has publicly expressed disinterest in the initial GOP debate, citing his high poll ratings as the reason.
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