Trump, Cruz and Rubio make case to millennials on CNN's Snapchat

Trump, Cruz and Rubio on CNN's Snapchat
Trump, Cruz and Rubio on CNN's Snapchat

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  • The Republican candidates took the stage in Miami on Thursday for one final debate before key primaries in Ohio and Florida, as well as Illinois, North Carolina and Missouri, next Tuesday
  • On Snapchat, CNN interviewed the candidates, asking them what they would do for young people

Miami (CNN)The Republican candidates took the stage in Miami on Thursday for one final debate before key primaries in Ohio and Florida, as well as Illinois, North Carolina and Missouri, next Tuesday.

On Snapchat, CNN interviewed the candidates, asking them what they would do for young people.
    Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio all touched on how they would boost the economy.
    "We're going to make our country great again, we're going to bring back trade. We're going to make great trade deals, we're going to bring back our jobs, we're going to bring back our factories," Trump said.
    Rubio also talked about economic growth, as well as reducing student loan debt.
    "What we need to do for young people in America is give them the chance to fulfill their potential ... That won't happen if we have huge debt and an economy that isn't growing. So we're going to put in policies that help us reduce our debt, grow the economy, and, by the way, deal with student loan debt," Rubio said.
    Cruz addressed the economy and student debt as well, but he also mentioned many issues in his stump speech, including repealing Obamacare and protecting constitutional rights.
    "Young people coming out of school, you've got student loans up to your eyeballs and very little hope of a job, very little hope of a future. That's going to change," Cruz said
    He added, "We're going to see wages going up. Get the federal government the heck out of the way of small businesses. Which means you've got a brighter future."
    "We're going to protect the Bill of Rights," Cruz added. "You're not going to have the federal government stripping away your constitutional rights, your free speech, your privacy, your right to keep and bear arms, your religious liberty. Instead, we're going to protect all of those."
    Ohio Gov. John Kasich declined to participate.