The Republican National Committee raised $11.2 million last month—significantly more than it took in during the same period leading up to the 2012 presidential election, and a record in a non-election year.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus believes f ormer Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's incognito trip to a Toledo-area Chipotle showed a crucial weakness in her presidential campaign. In a Fox News interview Tuesday night, Priebus said the media is missing "the big thing" about Clinton's burrito bowl purchase. Show More Summary
We begin today's roundup with Eugene Robinson, who asks if history is finally on Hillary Clinton's side as she makes her bid for the presidency: No sooner had Clinton announced than the Republican National Committee issued a statement...Show More Summary
Halfway through Reince Priebus' interview on CBS News' "Face the Nation" this Sunday, the Republican National Committee chair reached into his pocket and casually tossed host Bob Schieffer a flash drive. "I have a hard drive for you, Bob," he said. Show More Summary
The Republican National Committee on Friday released a 'Stop Hillary' ad exclusively on Fox News ahead of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign announcement. Fox & Friends repeatedly aired the RNC attack ad on April 10. According to TVEyes’ "National Publicity...
Maureen Dowd's latest column attacking Hillary Clinton with comparisons to former President Richard Nixon echoes attacks from the Republican National Committee (RNC). In a New York Times op-ed on April 11, Dowd predicted that Clinton's...Show More Summary
By Richard K. Barry Who: The Republican National Committee Where: S wing states: Ohio, Florida, Virginia, Colorado, North Carolina and Iowa. What's going on: On Sunday, Hillary Clinton will announce her candidacy for the Democratic nomination for president. Show More Summary
The Republican National Committee exclusively released its new attack ad hitting Hillary Clinton to Fox News' Fox & Friends, which repeatedly aired and praised it, effectively providing the GOP with approximately $157,197.12 of freeShow More Summary
The Republican National Committee has already made crippling Hillary Clinton's likely 2016 bid for the White House its top priority -- before the former secretary of state, or any other Democrat, has even entered the race. On Thursday...Show More Summary
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Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus blasted Hillary Clinton on Saturday for wiping her server and permanently deleting all emails. “Even Nixon didn’t destroy the tapes,” Priebus said in a statement. Clinton’s lawyer informed the House Select Committee investigating Benghazi … Continued
On Thursday night, former Republican National Committee Chairman Ken Mehlman filed an amicus brief with the Supreme Court urging the justices to rule in favor of nationwide marriage equality. Ever since the court took the case, dozens...Show More Summary
Republican National Committee said that US Senate Minority leader Harry Reid’s announcement he would retire is a reflection of the Democratic Party’s disarray and impending defeat in elections.
As I've had the opportunity to write about before, the Republican National Committee emerged from the 2012 election bent on making a series of dramatic changes in the hopes of achieving better results. One major area that the RNC examined...Show More Summary
Way to stay classy, Republican National Committee: The RNC today released the following statement in response to Democrat Leader Harry Reid announcing his retirement: "With the Democrat Party already in disarray, a national committee...Show More Summary
This handy dandy list of Christie flip flops comes to us courtesy of the Democratic National Committee's Factivist: Last Saturday at a reception for donors to the Republican National Committee, Gov. Chris Christie criticized Republicans who have swayed on their issues in order to pander to wings of the Republican party. Show More Summary
The Republican National Committee is demanding to know what the White House did to enforce a 2008 deal it crafted with the Clinton Foundation before Hillary Rodham Clinton was appointed secretary of state. In a letter to White House Senior Adviser Valerie Jarrett, who signed the agreement with the foundation on behalf of the Obama administration, […]
Dissatisfaction with Obama administration foreign policy emerged as the common big applause line at a retreat for leading Republican donors this weekend in Boca Raton, Fla. The event, hosted by the Republican National Committee, has drawn seven potential presidential candidates and a dozen members of Congress. The gathering has been closed to the press, but […]
The national Republican Party has channeled a series of famous Dos Equis beer commercials to mock former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. On Friday, the Republican National Committee released a web video on that parodies the ongoing...Show More Summary
The Republican National Committee grew its fundraising haul last month, bringing in $7.6 million—about half a million more than it raised in January.