Watch the 10 Closing Statements from the Primetime GOP Debate
Which Republican candidate do you think gave the most impressive performance during the Fox News-Facebook primetime debate?
We've rounded up the 10 candidates' closing statements for you to take a look at below.
Mike Huckabee certainly got the most laughs with his closing remarks about Hillary Clinton.
Gov. Scott Walker closed with a reference to an article that called him "aggressively normal."
Donald Trump ended with a warning about how much trouble America is in right now.
Sen. Ted Cruz vowed that on his first day in office, he would rescind every unconstitutional executive action by President Obama and push for prosecution of Planned Parenthood.
Charles Krauthammer called Ben Carson's closing remarks "brilliant," as the neurosurgeon got a big response from the crowd.
Sen. Rand Paul emphasized that he's a "different kind of Republican," and has introduced the largest-ever tax cut.
Gov. Chris Christie highlighted his record of putting terrorists in jail, and the fact that he's a "conservative, pro-life governor in a state where it's really tough to be both."
Jeb Bush declared that we can fix America's problems and restore American leadership.
Sen. Marco Rubio expressed optimism that about expanding the American dream and changing more lives than ever before.
Gov. John Kasich said when he took office, Ohio was on the "brink of dying," but has now experienced a huge turnaround under his leadership.