Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump signs autographs at a campaign rally February 5, 2016 in Florence, South Carolina. Sean Rayford/Getty Images/AFP
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An aggrieved Donald Trump returns to the debate stage Saturday night hoping to find his way into the winner's circle in New Hampshire, while a rising Marco Rubio looks to fend off an onslaught of attacks from his rivals.The debate comes three days before New Hampshire's primary, a contest that will likely determine whether some Republican candidates for president in an already shrinking field will move on or be forced to abandon their White House hopes.Rubio's third-place finish in Iowa gave the Florida senator the edge in the crowded field of candidates viewed as more mainstream alternatives to the bombastic Trump and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, the fiery conservative who won the Iowa caucuses.Bush, Christie and Ohio Gov. John Kasich have largely staked their presidential hopes on New Hampshire.
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