Billionaire Donald Trump has spoken the most at the four Republican presidential debates.
In a crowded field of GOP presidential hopefuls, the real estate mogul leads all other candidates with 50 minutes and 24 seconds of total talk time, according to data from InsideGov.
Coming in second place is former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush at 40 minutes and 39 seconds.
Next up are Texas Senator Ted Cruz, Ohio Gov. John Kasich and Florida Senator Marco Rubio—all hovering around the 38-minute mark.
The candidate with the least amount of speaking time is Kentucky Senator Rand Paul with 30 minutes and 54 seconds.
The presidential hopefuls will have plenty more time to speak: there are at least 7 more debates scheduled for the primary season.
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