Republican debate: Top five takeaways from the fourth matchup in Alabama

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The fourth Republican National Committee primary debate featured several candidate quarrels and new lines of attack as the clock ticks down to the first nominating contest of 2024 in Iowa on Jan. 15.

A new candidate emerged as the main target, and certain topics that hadn’t been broached before were covered. Other things stayed the same.

Here are the five biggest takeaways from the Tuscaloosa matchup.

Out for Haley

Former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley fielded the most attacks during the debate, as her poll numbers have been rising and she has gained new donor support and endorsements. She was hit by Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) and Vivek Ramaswamy for her recent meetings with large donors and the support she has gained from Democrats and centrists.

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