Republicans are trying to take down Hillary Clinton, but their best bet is to turn on Donald Trump.
The Republican Party is scrambling to defend its nominee after the first presidential debate on Tuesday night between Trump and Clinton, with the two running against each other in the final debate.
The debate will be held in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand, which will host the Republican National Convention later this year.
The GOP nominee will be Donald Trump, the GOP says, while Clinton will be Bernie Sanders.
Clinton will face the former secretary of state in the third and final presidential debate, but it will be hosted at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where the Democratic National Convention is being held this week.
The Democratic nominee, however, will be a sitting vice president, former Maryland Gov.
Martin O’Malley, according to The Associated Press.
O’Malley will be the Democratic nominee for vice president on Tuesday.
Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas is expected to face Clinton in the debate, while New Jersey Gov.
Chris Christie will be paired against Clinton.
Cruz will be in a virtual tie with the former president, with both men holding a slim lead in national polls.
Cruz and Christie have both criticized Trump, accusing him of making “a mockery of American democracy.”
But the two men also face an uphill battle in winning over voters who are tired of the way the GOP has treated the Clintons.
The first debate, held in February, was viewed by almost 90 million people across the country, according the AP.
The second will be watched by about 11 million people.