Moderator tells Ben Carson he would have a $1 trillion deficit under his plan. "It's not true," he replies.
It's difficult to summarize the questions and answers because the candidates and moderators are all talking over each other.
Ted Cruz actually lays out a flat tax. Family of 4 pays nothing on first $36,000. Then, flat 10% tax.
QUESTION: Everyone hated your immigration plan and now you back away from it. Your voting record is bad. Why don't you slow down and finish what you start?
Marco Rubio: Yeah, that's what the Republican establishment says to me, too. The time to act is now.
Jeb Bush: This was a 6-week term. You should show up to work. Or just resign and let someone else do the work.
QUESTION: Jeb, you've fallen in the race despite how much money you've gotten.
Jeb doesn't wait for the rest of the question. Tells everyone to vote for him.
QUESTION, continued: Ben Benanke no longer considers himself a Republican because they're the party of know-nothing. Is that why you're not doing well?
Jeb Bush: No. Republicans are the party of hope and optimism and serious policy.
QUESTION: Ms. Fiorina: The stock market was not kind to your company during your tenure. Why?
Carly Fiorina: I was hired to help a company that was failing. As an outsider, I tackled the problems head on. I had to make some tough calls in tough times. Yes, I was fired - over disagreements in the board room. Yet the man who fired me has come out and said he was wrong and she'd be a great president.
QUESTION: That same man said rich people should get more votes. Is that someone you really want to give an endorsement?