Preview: GOP Debate In Charleston

Tuesday night we heard how the United States was the most powerful nation on earth and on the rise again, with more jobs, better healthcare, and remarkable strides educationally, technologically, environmentally, and sociologically.

That was from President Obama. Thursday night in Charleston, SC, we probably won’t hear the same message. But in addition to berating the president’s record, which is expected, what will probably get the most interest is what the candidates have to say about each other. As leader, Trump can expect to take the most hits, but will Cruz get hit with the “birther” issue, and Rubio over immigration “flip-flop?”

ABC’s Brad Mielke joined us from Charleston, SC.