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Republican Debate, Donald Trump

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Let the games begin again! 

Eleven Republican presidential candidates have gathered together at Reagan Library in Simi Valley, Calif., to talk the future of America and some of the most important issues facing the country.

Hosted by CNN's Jake Tapper, the three-hour plus debate was intended for viewers to gather more information as primaries approach. For better or worse, however, things got started on a dramatic note when frontrunner Donald Trump claimed that Rand Paul "shouldn't even be on this stage. He's 11th in the polls." 

If you think that's bad, you haven't seen much yet.

As the conversation continues Wednesday night, we're taking a look at Trump's most outrageous comments. Based on the past few months, it's safe to say tonight will be unpredictable. 

Republican Debate, Candidates

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On His Temper: "I have a great temperament. My temperament is very good, very calm." 

On Jeb Bush's Accusation That Trump Tried to Donate Money for Casino Approval: "I promise, if I wanted it, I would've gotten it." 

On Getting Along With World Leaders: "I would get along, I think, with Putin and I would get along with others." 

On Having Hillary Clinton at His Wedding: "That's true. Excuse me, Jeb. I was a businessman. I got along with Clinton. I got along with everyone. That was my job, to get along with everybody." 

On Never Attacking Rand Paul's Looks: "I never attacked him on his looks and believe me, there's a lot of subject matter there."

On Not Accepting Special Interest Donations: "I promise if I would've wanted it, I would've got it...Last week I turned down $5 million." 

On Jeb Bush Speaking Spanish During the Campaign Trail: "To have a country, we have to have assimilation. I'm not the first one to say this...This is a country where we speak English, not Spanish." 

On Carly Fiorina's Business Record: "She can't run any of my companies. That I can tell you." 

On Not Knowing All of America's Enemies in a CNN Interview: "Name after name—Arab name, Arab name, Arab name—and there are few people anywhere that would have known those names. I think he was reading them off the sheet." 

On What His Secret Service Code Name Would Be as President: "Humble"