On Tuesday, Alice Stewart, a GOP communications veteran and former spokeswoman for Sen. Ted Cruz’s 2016 presidential campaign, and I had a lively discussion about whether it would be good or a bad thing for the GOP if the American Health Care Act failed. That back-and-forth can be found here. Enjoy!
ALICE STEWART: Plug the leaks and stop blaming Russians for Clinton’s loss. In terms of Russia’s interference in the 2016 election, Comey confirmed this is under investigation by the FBI. He went on to say the Russian officials meant to hurt democracy and Hillary Clinton, all the while helping Donald Trump. Comey also confirmed that […]
Bakari Sellers challenged a Republican strategist to name one example of a transgender student posing a threat to classmates in a school restroom — but she admitted she couldn’t think of any. Alice Stewart, a CNN contributor and former communications director for Ted Cruz’s...
In what I will reservedly refer to as a “contentious” news segment, Trump spokesperson Katrina Pierson and Cruz spokesperson Alice Stewart faced off on CNN on Thursday night and things got very heated. There were there to discuss, of...Show More Summary
The above video is from 2012, when Alice Stewart worked for Rick Santorum. She's worked for several Presidential campaigns: Santorum, Huckabee, and even Michele Bachmann. As Mock Paper Scissors points out: AYATOLLAH TED has replacedShow More Summary
Betraying his ignorance of the Constitution, MSNBC's Chuck Todd today essentially asked Cruz campaign senior communications advisor Alice Stewart why her boss doesn't just waltz up the marble staircase of a federal courthouse to getShow More Summary
Ted Cruz’s campaign Monday announced the hiring of Alice Stewart, who until recently served as Mike Huckabee’s communications director, as Cruz’s spokesperson and senior adviser. The move is notable for several reasons. First, it’s a high-profile changing of teams less than one month before Iowa’s February 1 caucuses. Show More Summary
Communications director for the Mike Huckabee campaign Alice Stewart will tell us what she thinks about Mike Huckabee not making the main stage. We’ll give a preview of the prime-time GOP debate AND follow the early Republican debate as it happens.
Don Lemon led an intense panel discussion Monday night over President Obama's comments about race and whether, as Republican strategist Alice Stewart argued, it was Obama "playing the race card" or if he was just "stating the obviou...
MSNBC anchor Thomas Roberts engaged in a heated exchange with former campaign press secretary for Rick Santorum’s presidential bid Alice Stewart during an panel segment discussing Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s record in Massachusetts. Show More Summary
Both Mitt and Rick camps say no formal offering of support to come Friday. On MSNBC, Santo spox Alice Stewart: "We don't expect an endorsement out of this meeting." On "Fox & Friends," Romney: "I don't think we have plans for an endorsement today."
Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy Alice Stewart, Joanne Bamberger, Jeff Johnson & Ellen Bravo discuss Gender Roles and Social Stigmas on the Melissa Harris Perry Show.
Again, another video you have to see to believe: “It’s a matter of what’s in his heart. He’s a strong pro-life person,” press secretary Alice Stewart replies. After all, like the origin of the universe or the existence of a supreme being, Dutch medical statistics are ultimately unknowable—just another of the unresolvable mysteries that have [...]
Erik Mouthaan, the US correspondent for the Dutch RTL Evening News, confronted Rick Santorum spokesperson Alice Stewart and peppered her with questions over the Republican hopeful's controversial remarks about how the Dutch "involuntarily" euthanized senior citizens who were "older and sick," BuzzFeed's Andrew Kaczynski reports.
On Monday morning, Kellyanne Conway, an adviser to Newt Gingrich, and Alice Stewart, Rick Santorum's press secretary, took to MSNBC to discuss where their candidates stand in the primary race — and to address Mitt Romney's assertion that it is mathematically impossible for them to win. Show More Summary
On CNN's Starting Point, Soledad O'Brien took Rick Santorum spokesperson Alice Stewart to the toolshed over whether the Republican presidential contender lost the Catholic vote after news of his comments that John F. Kennedy's speech on religion in politics made him want to "throw up." "Why do you think he lost Catholics?" O'Brien pressed. Show More Summary
Rick Santorum's press secretary, Alice Stewart, tripped over her own tongue yesterday, she says. In an interview on MSNBC, she complained about President Obama's "radical Islamic policies."… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
The morning after CNN's Republican presidential debate (perhaps the last one of them all!), Soledad O'Brien had a little chat with Alice Stewart, Rick Santorum's press secretary. O'Brien immediately tackled Santorum's "take one for the team" remark and went on to challenge Santorum's self-proclaimed status as the only true conservative in the race.
Welcome to the latest edition of "Someone Says Something Vaguely Insensitive While On Andrea Mitchell Reports!" Following up such wonderful guests as Foster Friess and Alice Stewart, comes Gene Sperling, the White House's Director of the National Economic Council and Assistant to the President for Economic Policy.
Following a weekend in which Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum came under fire for comments regarding President Obama's environmental "theology," his National Press Secretary, Alice Stewart, went on Andrea Mitchell Reports this afternoon to clarify his comments.