“Pollsters surveyed by Politico have a unanimous warning for the Republican National Committee and the TV networks who are using public-opinion surveys to exclude presidential candidates from debates: Don’t trust polls to detect often-tiny grades of opinion in a giant [...]
It was the seemingly off-the-cuff remark that prompted virtually the entire Republican presidential field to comment. With his remark, Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus seemed to put the first two nominating states on notice. Show More Summary
Former Republican National Committee chairman and White House aide Ed Gillespie will run for governor of Virginia in 2017, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Is Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus looking to shake things up in the GOP presidential primary? In an interview with National...
After Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Preibus raised anew the prospect of overhauling the presidential primary calendar in future elections, the man who has, for the last four decades, been most responsible for maintaining...Show More Summary
Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee, has suggested that Iowa and New Hampshire, which traditionally kick off the nominating season during presidential elections, have no official claim to that status.
“The uncertain terms of the next Republican debate are setting off a wave of anxiety among middle and bottom tier campaigns, with several lashing out at the Republican National Committee for failing to provide clarity on how many candidates will [...]
The Republican National Committee is weighing the value of having another undercard debate when the GOP presidential candidates meet again on October 28, citing uncertainty about how many challengers -- and, perhaps, which ones -- will still be in the race. "[W]e have to see how things shake out," wrote RNC chief strategist Sean Spicer in […]
A top Republican National Committee official suggested on Thursday that there might not be any more so-called "undercard" debates for lower-tier GOP candidates.
The Republican National Committee is waiting to see how many candidates drop out before committing to the same format in October.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus (ryns PREE'-bus) says he expects more aggressive performances at Wednesday's presidential debate. Trump is the hopeful who has gotten in trouble for his own words the most after verbal attacks on women and virtually anyone who disagrees with or challenges him. Ohio Gov. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump's rivals are sharpening their attacks ahead of Wednesday's critical televised debate. Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus (ryns PREE'-bus) says there "probably will be more elbows thrown" at the billionaire developer, in an effort to shrink his commanding lead in the crowded field.
Jake Tapper asked Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus on Sunday morning twice about the rhetoric used by the GOP's 2016 presidential candidates: once regarding the possibility of alienating Hispanic voters over theShow More Summary
Today the Republican National Committee launched: “In Focus: The Republican Field,” a video series highlighting the most diverse and accomplished field of candidates in history. The series gives voters an exclusive and unfiltered look at the GOP’s deep and inspirational bench of candidates. Show More Summary
With that pledge, Trump entered into a formal agreement with the Republican National Committee that he will not run for president as an independent if he doesn’t win the party’s nomination next year. The Republican hierarchy is challenging each of the party’s presidential candidates to sign a pledge not to undertake a third-party bid ?
The Republican National Committee’s challenge was confirmed by multiple campaigns, and the timing of the pledge suggests an agreement has been reached. Donald Trump has signed a Republican loyalty pledge to back the GOP’s 2016 nominee for president and skip a potential third-party bid. “What I don’t like about Donald Trump is using the Republican
Trump had been scheduled to meet with Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus at 1:00 p.m., and the two were widely expected to discuss Trump’s position on a loyalty pledge. The pledge, however, is not legally binding, and the volatile Trump could always change his mind if his fellow Republicans take steps to thwart his
Townhall political editor Guy Benson reacted on Fox News to Donald Trump's decision to sign the Republican National Committee's so-called...
Donald Trump made Reince Priebus, the chairman of the Republican National Committee, come to him. The occasion was Trump’s signing of a so-called loyalty pledge drafted by the RNC and distributed to each of the candidates, but obviously created specifically to corral Trump. Show More Summary
Republican front-runner Donald Trump announced at a press conference on Thursday that he signed the loyalty pledge Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus sought and will support the eventual Republican nominee if he doesn't win. Show More Summary