Who won the ratings race: Fox News or Donald Trump?

Jan 29, 2016

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Fox News Channel's Trump-less debate had 12.5 million viewers between 9 and 11 p.m. Eastern, according to Nielsen.By comparison, two of the cable channels that showed parts of Trump's event, CNN and MSNBC, had about 2.7 million viewers combined.So Trump's rivals clearly came out ahead in the raw ratings.


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