Paul Ryan will apparently be making a Shermanesque statement about an hour from now: Ryan...has arranged a hastily called 3:15 p.m. press conference inside the Republican National Committee. Advisers say he will insist — in his clearest...Show More Summary
Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus, momentarily roused from his stupor, decided to defend the party he is supposed to be leading. Politico reports: Priebus said that while most states have primaries or caucuses, a few states like Colorado have convention systems, “and that’s perfectly OK,” he told conservative radio host Mike Gallagher... […]
The House speaker will hold a news conference at the Republican National Committee headquarters to announce his decision.
WASHINGTON — Reince Priebus, the beleaguered and balding Republican National Committee chairman, was asked a few days ago about his mane. “How much gray hair do you think you’re going to have by December?” CNN’s Jake Tapper inquired. “Gray is fine,” the party boss replied. “I just want to make sure I have hair.” Alternatively, [...]Show More Summary
In addition to touting House Speaker Paul Ryan's policy wonkiness, the paper also applauded his fundraising prowess, telling readers: "The National Republican Congressional Committee raised $185,000 from two emails from Mr. Ryan last...Show More Summary
With many big donors sidelined for now, the R.N.C. could have a tough time raising the cash it needs to pour resources into battleground states.
The Republican National Committee, facing a suddenly unwieldy process as states begin to select delegates at their own conventions, has hired two veteran strategists to help out.
Something unprecedented is happening at the Republican National Committee, and it’s a huge blow to the GOP’s African-American outreach programs.
If Reince Priebus, the chairman of the Republican National Committee, told the media that he wasn’t sure if the leading presidential candidate for the Republican Party would be willing to speak with the Federal Bureau of Investigation...Show More Summary
“Top officials at the Republican National Committee explained the intricacies of a contested convention Tuesday afternoon to roughly two dozen veteran GOP operatives,” Politico reports. “The meeting at the RNC’s Capitol Hill headquarters included discussion about bound delegates and how [...]
WASHINGTON (AP) — The influential chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee says the Obama administration's fight against the Islamic State group is at risk of becoming a "grinding failure for our nation." Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona says in a letter sent Tuesday to Defense Secretary Ash Carter that U.S. Show More Summary
Rachel Maddow notes the awkward timing of the departures of several black staffers at the Republican National Committee.
All eyes are on Wisconsin today. The prize includes 42 Republican delegates and 96 Democratic delegates. Democratic National Committee Chairwoman...
RNC Chair reince Priebus joined me to start the third hour of the first show: Audio: 04-04hhs-reince Transcript: HH: Here, the third hour, I’m beginning with the chairman of the Republican National Committee, another Cheesehead, Reince Priebus. Show More Summary
Republican National Committee chair Reince Priebus was asked on Meet the Press Sunday if Donald Trump is the GOP's strongest candidate. His answer wasn't exactly brimming with confidence: "I don't know. Listen, I don't worry about who is the strongest candidate. Show More Summary
The chairman of the Republican National Committee (RNC) Reince Priebus warned Trump that there are “consequences” to his threats to run as an independent. A third-party run would fracture the conservative vote and almost certainly hand the presidency to the Democrats, but those didn’t seem to be the consequence Priebus was referring to. Show More Summary
Mr. Trump on Sunday said Mr. Kasich was siphoning votes from him and called on the Republican National Committee to urge him to drop out of the primary contest.
Republican presidential candidates were merely "posturing" this week when they refused to confirm that they'd honor past promises to back the eventual party nominee, Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus said Sunday. Otherwise, the party boss said, candidates such as Donald Trump, Sen. Show More Summary
THE STEAL IS IN— Maria Bartiromo spoke with Sean Spicer the chief strategist on the Republican National Committee on Sunday... The post THE FIX IS IN=> Only 1 in 168 RNC Members – Who Double as Convention Delegates – Supports Donald Trump (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
In an unprecedented move, Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus says he will not give the Trump campaign control over... The post THE FIX IS IN=> GOP Leader Priebus Says He Won’t Turn Over Party to Trump if He Wins appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.