Why Does Macbeth Kill Banquo?

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Macbeth has Banquo killed because Macbeth worries that Banquo's kids will end up having the throne which he does not want that to take place. Macbeth therefore hires murderers to kill Banquo since he was already guilty enough for killing Duncan.
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Macbeth orders the murder of Banquo because it is prophesied that Banquo's son,
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He sees him as a threat.
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They were arguing over who was the better Darren on Bewitched.
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This is a very good question. The text does not provide any answer. We know that Banquo was very suspicious of Macbeth, and he may very likely have confided his suspicions to Fleance
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