The top 10 GOP candidates vying for the Republican presidential nomination will spar over fiscal policy when they face off for their third debate in Boulder, Colorado. Linda So reports.
Donald Trump wants to regain his footing. SOUNDBITE: DONALD TRUMP, REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE, SAYING: "I mean I am second, it's not like terrible, but I don't like being second. Second is terrible to me." A new poll shows for the first time, Trump is trailing neurosurgeon Ben Carson. SOUNDBITE: BEN CARSON, REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE, SAYING: "I'm just going to keep doing what I've been doing, and that is telling the truth and talking about things that I think are relevant to the people." Heading into the third Republican debate, which will focus of fiscal policy, candidates trailing the two front-runners will try to turn the tide. Senator Rand Paul announced his opposition to a two-year budget deal aimed at averting another government shutdown. Paul is vowing a filibuster. SOUNDBITE: RAND PAUL, REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE, SAYING: "I think it is a horrible... It's hard for me not to use profanity in describing it." The trailing GOP candidates are in need of a strong performance Wednesday night. Governor John Kasich is among them. In a pre-debate rally, he went after Ben Carson. SOUNDBITE: GOVERNOR JOHN KASICH, REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE, SAYING: "We got one candidate that says we ought to abolish Medicaid and Medicare. Have you ever heard of anything as crazy as that?" The two-hour debate will be held in Boulder, Colorado.