“The Republican National Committee has dedicated hundreds of thousands of dollars to bring the band Journey to Cleveland for a post-convention bash,” Politico reports. “One source familiar with the details of the event said that the total cost of booking [...]
“The Republican National Committee is scrambling to respond to increasingly frantic concerns from state GOP officials that the party has not provided enough field organizers and will be badly outgunned by Democrats in battleground states,” Politico reports. “It’s a development [...]
On Thursday afternoon, Politico reported that the Republican National Committee would pay $750,000 to have ultimate American band JOURNEY play a “post-convention bash” in Cleveland this summer. Minutes later, the RNC denied that report. Show More Summary
Republican National Committee official Ben Key tried to reassure business leaders Tuesday that Donald Trump's offensive policies wouldn't dictate the GOP platform, reports Jonathan Swan: “Ben said that as the presumptive nominee, Trump would have some influence on the platform, but it wouldn’t be determinative,” said the first source who attended the meeting. [...]Show More Summary
Donald Trump campaign spokeswoman Hope Hicks accidentally responded to Politico reporter Marc Caputo instead of Trump campaign adviser Michael Caputo. Wednesday morning Michael Caputo emailed a Republican National Committee researcher asking him to "work up information on HRC/Whitewater as soon as possible. Show More Summary
In his new book, a Republican National Committee official claims that his fellow delegates don’t have to nominate Trump in Cleveland. Curly Haugland is on a mission: He wants every one of the 2,472 delegates heading to this summer’s Republican convention to know that the press, the party leaders and even the chairman of the GOP are wrong. Show More Summary
Politico obtained an email from Trump campaign adviser Michael Caputo to the Republican National Committee asking a researcher to provide information on the Whitewater real estate scandal, and the email came to light when Trump campaign spokeswoman Hope Hicks responded instead to Politico reporter Marc Caputo — no relation.
The revival of the '90s attacks continues!This is just sad on so many levels:Trump campaign adviser Michael Caputo on Wednesday morning emailed a researcher at the Republican National Committee asking him to "work up information on HRC/Whitewater as soon as possible. Show More Summary
The Post reports: The Republican National Committee on Tuesday announced that Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) will head the committee tasked with crafting the party’s official policy positions at the GOP convention in Cleveland. As chairman...Show More Summary
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Donald Trump says he is only asking wealthy donors for their money because the Republican National Committee wants him to. In an interview with The Associated Press, that’s how the presumptive GOP presidential nominee explained his about-face from self-funded candidate to one who relies on campaign contributions. Trump is holding his […]
MSNBC host Rachel Maddow shed some light on Tuesday on some of the men the Republican National Committee (RNC) has chosen to raise funds for Donald Trump — a fact that she said in and of itself changes his campaign. “They are starting the effort of shoveling money to him,” Maddow...
One of six vice-chairs of the “Trump Victory Leadership Team,” a joint fund-raising effort announced Tuesday by the Trump campaign and the Republican National Committee, pled guilty in 2009 to criminal charges involving bribes paid to top New York State officials. Show More Summary
Presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump and the Republican National Committee on Tuesday rolled out a list of prominent party fundraisers who have agreed to work on behalf of their joint fundraising committee, as the New York businessman seeks to ramp up his fundraising efforts ahead of the general election.
It is expected that Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus will step down in 2017 following the election, after taking over the RNC in 2011. According to The Hill, maneuvering for his job has already begun long before he has been handed an office box and told to pack up his things...
In the two weeks since the Republican National Committee declared Donald Trump the party’s presumptive presidential nominee, Republican politicians have rallied around him. They’re betting, in the words of RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, that “people just don’t care” about Trump’s treatment of women or his other flaws. Show More Summary
WaPo: The deal Donald Trump struck with the Republican National Committee this week that allows wealthy supporters to give nearly $500,000 to finance his campaign and get-out-the-vote activities made it official: The parties are back in the big-money business. Fourteen … Continue reading ?
First Read: “Donald Trump last night reached a joint fundraising agreement with the Republican National Committee, allowing him to collect checks as large as $449,000 to benefit his campaign and party. But consider this: Hillary Clinton reached her own joint [...]
Donald Trump and the Republican National Committee announced an agreement Tuesday that will allow his campaign to raise money for candidates all across the country.
The agreement allows donors to make contributions as large as $449,400, spread among the Republican National Committee and 11 state committees.
WaPo: Presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump will ask donors to give as much as $449,400 to support his White House bid and down-ballot candidates through a new fundraising agreement with the Republican National Committee announced Tuesday night. The Trump Victory Fund — a joint committee between the … Continue reading ?