Bloomberg News, citing "people familiar with the planning," reported Tuesday that officials were "lining up" macho sports figures Mike Tyson and Mike Ditka to appear at the Republican National Convention in July. (It's been previously...Show More Summary
A federal judge on Wednesday authorized a new plan allowing protesters at next month’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland to demonstrate in an area that will be readily visible to convention goers. The new plan, approved by U.S. District Judge Dan Aaron Polster, also cuts in half the...
ESPN has nothing on this summer's Republican national convention. Donald Trump’s campaign aides are lining up a slate of iconic sports figures to appear at the convention... To view the full story, click the title link.
On cable news, Twitter and a few conference calls, the debate over dumping Donald Trump at the Republican National Convention is fierce. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan's insistence that delegates could vote their "conscience" is read as the high-sign to undo the primaries; Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's (R) musing about the same is a […]
The white nationalist group that got into a bloody confrontation with counter-protesters in Sacramento over the weekend has announced plans to attend the Republican National Convention next month to “defend” Donald Trump supporters.
With neo-Nazis planning to go to Cleveland to confront anti-Trump protesters, the scene has been set for a potentially chaotic Republican National Convention next month. Police departments are already raising red flags about security at this year’s RNC, and one Republican delegate has...
CHICAGO — A report late Tuesday that Donald Trump is lining up Mike Ditka to make a star appearance at the Republican National Convention came as no surprise to anybody — except Da Coach himself. While Ditka, 76, has made no secret of his support for presumptive GOP presidential nominee, and Trump...
CLEVELAND (AP) — Cleveland has relaxed its rules on protest marches and rallies at the Republican National Convention after a federal judge determined last week that the city's regulations violated the right of free expression.
Donald Trump is planning to have some hot, relevant celebrities appear at his Republican National Convention—but he’s already had to take back one of the names that was being reported. Tuesday evening, Bloomberg reported that: Donald Trump’s...Show More Summary
The good news for Republicans is that Donald Trump has lots of admirers who want to make sure the Republican National Convention goes off without a hitch. The bad news is that those admirers are literal white supremacists and skinheads. Traditionalist...Show More Summary
Last night's opening Colbert monologue focussed on the Republican National Convention, where they are having a hard time getting speakers. He then pivoted to George Will's abandonment of the Republican Party -- and let all the other parties know that "He's available!" But more about this speaker thing. Show More Summary
From liberal thugs, of course. A white nationalist group that was involved in a violent brawl with anti-racist protesters this weekend in Sacramento has announced its plans to be at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland on July 18-21 to protect Donald Trump supporters. Show More Summary
Get ready for one of the most exciting GOP conventions of all time come July when Republican nominee Donald Trump takes charge of Quicken Loans...
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is said to be putting together quite a cast of characters from the sports world to appear at next month's national convention in Cleveland. Former boxer Mike Tyson, former NFL coach Mike Ditka, former college basketball coach Bobby Knight...
We haven’t been this confused since we tried to figure out the difference between “endorsing” and “supporting” a candidate: Is former heavyweight champ Mike Tyson going to appear at the Republican National Convention and not speak, or is he not coming at all? Bloomberg Politics reported late Tuesday that the pugilist was among the big names invited […]
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump late Tuesday denied a Bloomberg report that he had invited Mike Tyson to the (...)
“With less than three weeks to go, Donald Trump’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland is poised to be the most chaotic GOP gathering of the modern era,” the Washington Post reports. “A convention spokeswoman said it was ‘very premature’ to [...]
With less than three weeks remaining until the start of the Republican National Convention, a coalition of individuals and several groups is increasing efforts to stop Donald Trump from winning the party’s nomination. Their goal: allowing...Show More Summary
As if anyone needed more reason to tune in to the Republican National Convention, last month Politico reported that Donald Trump "is dealing directly in the details of his coronation as Republican nominee to maximize the drama and spectacle of the party’s four-night convention." So imagine our disappointment when the ... More »
A lot of leading Republicans are planning to skip this year's Republican National Convention, but that won't be a problem for Donald Trump, insiders tell Bloomberg : He was planning to focus on sports figures instead of politicians and has already lined up a few "winners." According to Bloomberg's sources, the...