Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus says there is entirely too much incivility happening among the Republican presidential candidates. Please tone it down, everybody. “The name-calling has got to stop from everywhere,” Priebus told host John Catsimatidis on “The Cats Roundtable” on New York’s AM 970. [...]Show More Summary
The Republican National Committee is set to vote on two anti-gay resolutions, one of which was proposed by former Michigan state Rep. Dave Agema, who now sits on the committee. Via the Washington Blade: If the RNC were to adopt any of...Show More Summary
“In the same week Republican presidential candidates are scheduled to slug it out in their first official debate, the Republican National Committee is set to vote during its summer meeting on resolutions against same-sex marriage and in favor of anti-gay [...]
The Republican National Committee is expected to vote on a set of resolutions relating to LGBT rights next week, one of which calls on Congress to defy the Supreme Court’s Obergefell v. Hodges and strip federal courts of jurisdiction on marriag… The post RNC to Vote on Lawless Resolution Asking Congress to Defy SCOTUS Gay Marriage Ruling appeared first on Towleroad.
Jon Stewart seemed to show sympathy toward Republican National Committee chair Reince Priebus on Thursday’s Daily Show, pointing out that Priebus’ best efforts to make the party more broadly accessible were being derailed by the “abusive, Cheeto dust-faced elephant in the...
The Republican National Committee has the names, voting history, and consumer data of 250 million people.
Half the debates, double the candidates. Republican National Committee communications director Sean Spicer valiantly takes to the Wall Street Journal to defend the upcoming car wreck that is the 2016 Republican primary debates, as well as the car wreck's severely truncated schedule this time around. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON—Noting that the field of presidential hopefuls currently exceeded maximum capacity, the Republican National Committee announced Monday it was offering a cash voucher to any GOP candidates willing to give up their spot in the 2016 race and run again in a later election. Show More Summary
In an interview with Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus on Monday’s NBC Today, co-host Savannah Guthrie predicted “long-term damage” for Republicans and a “free pass” for Hillary Clinton.
With just 10 days to the first GOP debate, the Republican National Committee is defending its efforts to take control of the debates process that will leave six candidates off the main stage next week. In anticipation of the culling, which will be determined by position in nationally polling, the candidates on the bubble are…
NEW YORK (The Borowitz Report)—The Republican National Committee has released the format for its first 2016 Presidential debate, to be broadcast by Fox News on August 6th:
Bernie Sanders could participate in a one-on-one, leftwing versus right debate with Ted Cruz during the presidential primary, without violating restrictive rules set by the Democratic and Republican national committees. The two senators would just have to face off at their workplace, the US...
Harry Enten: “Donald Trump is making noise about an independent bid for president. If the Republican National Committee doesn’t treat him fairly, Trump says, he’ll be more likely to launch a third-party run. I don’t know if he is at [...]
Reince Priebus Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus offers us two choices: either he doesn't know who's the secretary of state, or he's so single-mindedly partisan that he doesn't care if he looks like he doesn't know that minor detail. John Kerry, Reince. Show More Summary
> Donald Trump threatens to mount a third-party run for the presidency if the Republican National Committee is mean to him. > Jurassic World sequel pegged for 2018. > Barney Frank on why progressives shouldn’t support Bernie Sanders.… The post News: Jurassic World 2, Henry Cavill, Donald Trump, Earth 2.0, Barney Frank appeared first on Towleroad.
Donald Trump, displeased with the Republican National Committee, is threatening to launch a third-party White House run. In an interview with The Hill, Trump said that, while the RNC had been happy in the past to accept his money, the party has "not been supportive" of his candidacy. Show More Summary
Donald Trump said he'd "absolutely" consider a third-party run for President if the Republican National Committee doesn't treat him right.
Business mogul Donald Trump told The Hill he could run for president as a third-party candidate if he's not treated better by the Republican National Committee during the primary season. “The RNC has not been supportive. They were always supportive when I was a contributor. Show More Summary
The Republican National Committee has quietly been trying to figure out how to divorce from Donald Trump in a delicate way that does not lead the party away from the White House. The New York Times wrote earlier this month that the RNC was considering "a hands-off approach, fearing attempts to... More »
Via Breitbart: Donald Trump says the chances that he will launch a third-party White House run will “absolutely” increase if the Republican National Committee is unfair to him during the 2016 primary season. “The RNC has not been supportive. Show More Summary