Sen. Marco Rubio hit Donald Trump on his business ventures. Sen. Ted Cruz told Donald Trump to count to 10. Trump shifted his position on worker visas. And former GOP nominee Mitt Romney threw out the first pitch.
Just like previous debates. Trump was riding his momentum while Rubio and Cruz tried to slow it down. But too little, too late?
Race to the bottom: "This debate felt like another repeat performance. Nothing that happened tonight feels like it will seriously alter the dynamic of the primary.
"Trump and Rubio raced to the bottom again with insults while Cruz performed much better this time by letting them fight it out.
"It is unlikely that this debate changed anyone's mind from either supporting Trump, Cruz or Rubio. Another question to be asked is why is John Kasich still in this race?”
-- Veteran GOP strategist and Capitol Hill communicator Ron Bonjean
Kasich's big night: "I thought Kasich did very well. I thought the Fox anchors posed very tough questions to Trump but he held his own.
"Kasich had a great night."
22 out of my 25 focus group members said tonight’s #GOPDebate will hurt Republicans in the general election.This has to stop. Seriously. — Frank Luntz (@FrankLuntz) March 4, 2016