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NRCC Denies Sharing Campaign Info with PACs on Twitter

4 days agoNews : Mediaite

The National Republican Congressional Committee vehemently denied knowing anything about Twitter accounts that appeared to publish internal polling data, which CNN reported was intended for outside groups looking to spend money on midterm election ads.

Wicker Picked to Helm National Republican Senatorial Committee

Senate Republicans today handed the job of protecting their new majority to Senator Roger Wicker of Mississippi, who was elected chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee.

Priebus: Illegal Executive Amnesty Isn't 'Leverage'

Republican National Committee Chairman is warning Republicans against accepting President Obama's threats of executive amnesty as a reason to move forward on immigration reform and says Congress should avoid addressing major issues until GOP reinforcements arrive in January. Show More Summary

RNC Chairman Reince Priebus: Donors Don't Want GOP Infighting

Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus, implying that donors do not want much dissent from conservatives after the midterms and during the presidential primary season, vowed to call out Republicans who rip into other Republicans. Show More Summary

GOP Already Officially Soliciting Donations to ‘Stop Hillary’ in 2016

last weekNews : Mediaite

On Sunday, just five days after the midterms, the Republican National Committee sent out an email to raise money off a presumed Hillary Clinton 2016 campaign.

Exclusive -- Jeff Sessions: The GOP Must Back Reince's Promise To Block Obama's Executive Amnesty

Incoming Senate Budget Committee chairman Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) is calling on Republicans to follow through on Republican National Committee (RNC) chairman Reince Priebus's commitment to do everything possible to block President Barack Obama’s planned executive amnesty. Show More Summary

DNC Email Signed by Obama: 'The Republicans Had a Good Night, But Our Results Were Better'

On Friday the Democratic National Committee sent out an email to its supporters, signed by President Obama, that shows an unwillingness to believe the results of the election that almost all observers agree is a Republican wave. "The...Show More Summary

Howard Dean: 'Where the hell is the Democratic Party?'

Former Democratic National Committee chair Howard Dean on Sunday blasted Democrats for not coalescing behind a cogent message in the midterm elections. "The Republican message was 'We're not Obama.'" he said on Meet the Press. "What was the Democrats' message? 'Oh, well we're really not either.'" "You cannot win if you are afraid," he added. Show More Summary

Republican Spokesman Says the NAACP is Out of Date

The Republican National Committee Deputy Press Secretary is not happy with the NAACP.

Republican Chair Hopes And Prays For A Hillary Clinton Presidential Bid In 2016

The Republican National Committee Chair, Reince Priebus said earlier today that he hopes and prays that his party will face Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential race. Priebus spoke about Hillary Clinton at a breakfast earlier this morning with reporters hosted by The Christian Science Monitor in Washington D.C. Show More Summary

GOP’s 2016 Strategy: Limit Primary Debates, Raise ‘Massive’ Cash

Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus sat down with reporters Friday at a breakfast arranged by the Christian Science Monitor. Here are four takeaways.

Forget the Republican Mandate

Reince Priebus, the chairman of the Republican National Committee, says the people have spoken. “The American people were given a choice to either accept the policies of the Democrat Party and the president or reject them,” Priebus declared at a press conference Wednesday. “And they wholeheartedly rejected those policies.” He continued:

GOP Official Teases Democrats for Silencing ‘Best Messenger’ Obama

2 weeks agoNews : Mediaite

After picking up at least seven Senate seats in this week's midterm elections, the executive director of the National Republican Senatorial Committee is understandably thrilled. So thrilled, that he trolled the Democrats' decisions to sideline President Barack Obama and run away from economic arguments.

New GOP spin: Midterms were a repudiation of Hillary Clinton

Hahaha, check out the headline on this Republican National Committee press release: Hillary's Policies Were On The Ballot Nice try, guys, but even if we assume that Hillary Clinton's policies are the same as, or at least largely similar...Show More Summary

Top Republican Reince Priebus on Obama: 'I don't believe a thing he says'

Reince Priebus, the head of the Republican National Committee, thinks President Obama is bluffing when he says he'll take executive action on immigration reform. "I don't believe a thing he says," Priebus said Wednesday on CNN. "He's been talking about immigration reform for seven years. Show More Summary

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"We're back to a majority as big as any of us have seen in our lifetimes. It may be a hundred-year majority."—Chair of the National Republican Congressional Committee and Republican Representative from Oregon Greg Walden.Walden alsoShow More Summary

Apres Le Deluge.....

...comes l'overreach journalistique and politique. Can the inevitable flood of "THIS IS THE DEATH OF...." articles be far behind? Rep. Greg Walden of Oregon, the chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee, proclaimed...Show More Summary

Top Republican official: We may have a "hundred-year majority"

The head of the National Republican Congressional Committee thinks the GOP might run Congress for the rest of our lives, and then some. "We're as back to a majority as any of us have seen in our lifetimes," Rep. Greg Wyden (R-Ore.) said, according to The Hill. Show More Summary

RNC Chair Priebus: 'Serious Immigration Reform... Still Alive' After Midterms

On Wednesday, RNC Chairman Reince Priebus said Tuesday's midterm elections did not destroy the chances of amnesty legislation passing. Addressing reporters along with National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) Chairman Rep. Greg Walden (R-OR), National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) Chairman Sen. Show More Summary

Reince Priebus: Last Night Was a 'Direct Rejection' of Obama, Hillary

Wednesday, Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus said the results from last nights midterm elections were a historic "direct rejection," of President Barack Obama and potential 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's popularity and policies. Show More Summary

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