Certain candidates fared better than others during the fourth Republican debate Tuesday night, but there was one clear winner: Fox Business. Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee, took to Twitter after the debate to praise Fox Business and jab CNBC, which was roundly criticized for being unfair in the last Republican debate. And…
The chairman of the Republican National Committee took a shot at CNBC in the aftermath of Fox Business' Republican debate Tuesday night. After the debate, Reince Priebus tweeted: "And that @CNBC is how you run a debate." Priebus and many Republican presidential candidates complained about how the CNBC debate in October was conducted. Show More Summary
The chair of the Republican National Committee called last month’s debate a “crap sandwich.”
The Republican National Committee has officially confirmed that the GOP and its candidates are an extremely petty bunch. In their latest prank for media attention, the RNC will make every reporter type “StopHillary” to access the wi-fi network at tonight’s debate in Milwaukee hosted by Fox Business...
“I’m not some weirdo that’s out here just kinda running crazy, I’m the former governor of the state of Virginia. I’m the former chairman of the Republican National Committee.” — Gov. Jim Gimore, quoted by BuzzFeed News, on being excluded [...]
According to the Benny Johnson at IJ Review, the Republican National Committee will require journalists use the password “StopHillary” in order to use WiFi at tonight’s GOP presidential debate on Fox Business in Milwaukee. Johnson remarked...Show More Summary
Nobody was happy with CNBC's Republican debate, and now the candidates are getting a do-over – but not because they demanded it. The candidates' stand against the networks and the Republican National Committee fizzled out when a few of them refused to sign a list of debate reforms last week,... More »
When the Republican National Committee chose Wisconsin to host its fourth Republican debate ten months ago, it seemed an unconventional choice. The Badger state has never hosted a Republican debate. Its late primary, in April, means it will likely play a negligible role in choosing the Republican no
During an interview with NBC Today co-host Matt Lauer on Monday, Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus denounced the “crazy obsession” of the media over alleged inaccuracies in Ben Carson’s biography and pointed out a...Show More Summary
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said on NBC’s Today Monday that the media had a bizarre obsession with looking into Ben Carson‘s past, and that they had a “vendetta” against the Republican presidential candidate. “I would imagine some questions are appropriate, but I do believe that this is a totally crazy obsession over incredible details from 30 […]
Three years ago, after the reëlection of Barack Obama, a rueful Republican National Committee launched an inquiry into where the Party had gone wrong. Researchers for the Growth & Opportunity Project contacted more than twenty-six hundred people—voters, officeholders, Party operatives—conducted focus groups, and took polls around the country. Show More Summary
CNN’s Michael Smerconish spent Saturday morning attempting to convince one of the Republican National Committee’s chief strategists that his party stands no chance of reaching voters outside of their locked-in “Fox-only constituency” if they don’t stop complaining...
Forget the candidates’ attempts to avoid hardball questions and complaints about their green rooms. Forget whether the Republican National Committee or the candidates are the best negotiators with the network. The real absurdity of these debates – and reason to never repeat this year’s formula – came into full view last night when Fox Business […]
The Republican National Committee no longer calls the shots about money now that candidates can reach voters directly
Now Republicans are Debating Their Debates By Dick Polman Two years ago, after the GOP had lost the popular vote for the fifth time in six presidential elections, the Republican National Committee autopsied the corpse and proposed a long list of cures. This sane suggestion appeared on page 76: “The Republican party needs to stop [...]Show More Summary
When the Republican National Committee cancelled its debate agreement with NBC News in order to punish the network for the alleged bad behavior of its business news affiliate, CNBC, in...
Question: What did Reince Priebus not know about CNBC — and when did he not know it? Priebus, chair of the Republican National Committee, sanctioned CNBC’s sponsorship of last week’s
Remember when the Republican presidential candidates were going to unite and assert themselves, elbowing aside the media and the Republican National Committee to seize control of the debate process? That was way back on …...
Wah, wah, wah! That's the collective whining of Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus and several GOP presidential candidates complaining of unfair, biased, mean-spirited debate moderators and their "gotcha" questions. But President Obama has it right. Show More Summary
The competing Republican presidential campaigns had a meeting on November 1 to discuss their concerns with how the Republican National Committee had planned debates with the media. That’s a healthy development, considering the CNBC debate,...Show More Summary