The Heritage Foundation is pulling out all the stops for Tuesday’s GOP presidential debate on foreign policy and national security. The debate, jointly sponsored with the American Enterprise Institute, is a first for both organizations.
CNN will broadcast it; Wolf Blitzer will moderate.
Thus far, aside from Sen. Jim DeMint’s forum, CNN has arguably done the best job on the debates.
CBS broadcast and cosponsored the first foreign policy debate, but only aired the first hour.
Audience members will get to ask questions at the Heritage-AEI debate and Blitzer will moderate the conversation.
Producers will be watching social media feeds and questions coming in that way may also be selected. Follow at:
Heritage did a video about what it’s like to prepare for a debate. I had no idea how much prep went into one of these presidential debates.
The US Report will watch and Tweet—http://twitter.com/#!/TheUSReport
The debate begins at 8 p.m. (ET) on CNN.
(Filed by Kay B. Day/Nov. 22, 2011)
Heritage offers party kits, chance for input ahead of foreign policy debate (National Conservative/Examiner.com)