During a speech at the National Republican Congressional Committee March Dinner, President Trump stressed what he believes fellow Republicans need to focus on not just now, but for their re-elections. Among the issues POTUS sees as central...Show More Summary
Michael Steele, the former chairman of the Republican National Committee, blasted GOP lawmakers for staying publicly silent on the president’s ties to Russia — which they privately worry about with reporters and one another. The former RNC chair told MSNBC’s “Morning...
The Washington Post reports: The Republican National Committee spent roughly $271,000 at President Trump’s private businesses in February, according to documents filed Tuesday evening. The majority of the RNC’s spending at Trump’s private...Show More Summary
The Republican National Committee spent roughly $271,000 at President Trump’s private businesses in February, according to documents filed Tuesday evening. The majority of the RNC’s spending at Trump’s private properties last month paid for venue rental and catering at the Trump National Doral Miami resort in Florida and the Trump International Hotel in Washington. Of […]
The Republican National Committee spent at least $270,000 at Trump properties in February, the group’s latest fundraising filings show. BuzzFeed News reported Tuesday that the RNC’s latest Federal Election Commission filings reveal the group used the D.C. Trump International Hotel and...
The who's who of America's conservative movement gather each year at the Conservative Political Action Conference ( CPAC ) outside of D.C. This year was no exception. You could get a selfie with former Republican National Committee chair Michael Steele. Show More Summary
Last week, during a major dinner at CPAC, one of the event’s spokespeople made a pretty insulting comment regarding Michael Steele, former chairman of the Republican National Committee. CPAC communications director Ian Walters accused the GOP of essentially making an affirmative action hire in naming Steele as the party leader in 2009. Show More Summary
The Republican National Committee used Twitter to promote a prize of attending a dinner with President Donald Trump.
In a previous life, this writer worked as a coalitions director for the Republican National Committee.
MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” hosted former Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele to discuss his feud with Conservative Political Action Conference organizers. CPAC communications director Ian Walters said Steele was picked to lead the RNC from 2009 to 2011 because...
Americans are not exactly thrilled to have a dinner with U.S. President Donald Trump, as his approval rating slipped to a historical low of 35 percent. The official Twitter account of the Republican National Committee promoted a prize...Show More Summary
REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst Two weeks after President Donald Trump blocked its release on national security grounds, the House Intelligence Committee on Saturday released a 10-page memo intended to counter Republican claims that the FBI acted inappropriately in pursuing a warrant to surveil former Trump campaign aide Carter Page. Show More Summary
Former Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele blasted Friday a leading conservative’s speech that claimed that he had only been hired because he is black as “painfully stupid.”
Conservative activist Ian Walters said Steele was chosen to run the Republican National Committee because he's black.
The Republican National Committee used Twitter to ask people to tell President Donald Trump their priorities on Friday night.
During the Ronald Reagan dinner at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) conference Friday night, Ian Walters, the communications director of the conference, attacked former Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele. “We elected Mike Steele as chairman because he was a...
CNBC reports: Soon after the Republican National Committee came under pressure for paying legal bills for President Donald Trump and his eldest son in the special counsel’s Russia probe, it started covering expenses for the president’s re-election campaign. Show More Summary
Although they stopped paying the president’s legal bills in the Russia probe, the Republican National Committee is now paying him tens of thousands of dollars in rent for his reelection campaign. CNBC reported Friday that the RNC is paying $37,000 a month to rent office space in the flagship...
President Trump’s longtime personal bodyguard has hit pay dirt, thanks to the Republican National Committee.
Keith Schiller, President Donald Trump's former bodyguard and confidante, has been paid $15,000 per month by the Republican National Committee since he left the White House in September, CNBC reported Wednesday. The RNC has paid Schiller's...Show More Summary