Politico reports: The Republican National Committee has officially found its replacement for outgoing chairman Reince Priebus, electing Ronna Romney McDaniel to steer the party as President-elect Donald Trump arrives in the White House. Show More Summary
Republicans, reveling one more time in their defeat of Democrat Hillary Clinton last fall, ratified the selection of Ronna Romney McDaniel of Michigan to be the new chair of the Republican National Committee.
Michigan Republican Party chair Ronna Romney McDaniel was elected today as the new chair of the national Republican Party. McDaniel succeeds pro-life former RNC chairman Reince Priebus who is now chief of staff for President elect Donald Trump. McDaniel is pro-life on abortion and says that her own experience having difficulty having a baby enhanced […]
The Republican National Committee on Thursday elected Ronna Romney McDaniel to serve as its chairwoman, and Bob Paduchik to serve as co-chair....
She becomes the second female chairman of the committee in its history.
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The Republican National Committee on Thursday unanimously elected Ronna Romney McDaniel to serve as its chairman, tapping a woman to lead the national GOP. The hand-picked choice of President-elect Donald … Click to Continue »
"Five days later, Trump signed an application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office..."... in which he asked for exclusive rights to use “Make America Great Again” for “political action committee services, namely, promoting public...Show More Summary
Conservatives remember their 2012 loss vividly. The Right was confident that President Obama would be defeated. The Romney campaign didn’t even...
ACCORDING TO THE PRESS CONSENSUS, TRUMP IS AN IMPULSIVE GOOFBALL, but he came up with “Make America Great Again” after observing Romney’s defeat in 2012: It happened on Nov. 7, 2012, the day after Mitt Romney lost what had been presumed to be a winnable race against President Obama. Republicans were spiraling into an identity […]
Washington Post: “It happened on Nov. 7, 2012, the day after Mitt Romney lost what had been presumed to be a winnable race against President Obama. Republicans were spiraling into an identity crisis, one that had some wondering whether a [...]
In 2012 Mitt Romney ran against President Barack Obama for president. In a debate Mitt Romney said that he felt Russia was the greatest threat to our nation. Obama laughed
I strongly favor NATO and I don’t think you can trust the Russians with just about anything, or for that matter make much of a deal with them. I’m with Mitt Romney on all of this, as I’ve been saying for years. That said, I feel some...Show More Summary
In a series of interviews in March of that year, Trump said Mitt Romney was right in 2012 when he said Russia was America's greatest geopolitical foe and stated that the US should realize that Russia is a big problem and deserves sanctions.
"I didn't know you were the spokesperson for Mitt Romney."
In the last debate of the 2012 presidential race Governor Romney discussed the potential threat of Russia. He was widely criticized by President Obama who maintained the Cold War ended in the 1980’s. Since then, of course, we have had a national “reset.” Vladimir Putin’s aggressive action in eastern Ukraine, Syria and his openly provocative […]
Back in 2012, when Mitt Romney was the GOP’s presidential nominee, Republicans were very clear about what his victory would mean for the fate of the Affordable Care Act. That June, when the Supreme Court affirmed the law’s constitutionality,...Show More Summary
(January 9, 2017 09:00 PM, by David Henderson) I found this 33-minute PBS interview of Jonathan Gruber, one of the architects of both Romneycare in Massachusetts and Obamacare for the United States, interesting. I've posted about Gruber earlier in these 14 posts. The interviewer is lobbing softballs throughout,... (0 COMMENTS)
by Charles Mudede This is Andy Yan... Charles Mudede Trump lost Issaquah by a stunning 42 percent. Four years ago, Mitt Romney lost it by 22 percent. Issaquah is not the inner city. It is a suburb. And it's not the only suburb that Clinton won big. Show More Summary
Ann Romney is married to American businessman, 70th Governor of Massachusetts, and presidential contender Mitt Romney. In 1998, she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. For three years, the mother of five struggled to cope emotionally with the diagnosis while the disease physically exhausted her. Show More Summary