The Democratic National Committee released an ad titled "Inciting fear isn't presidential" that attacked Republican presidential candidates for saying the words "radical Islam."
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump suggested on Monday that the Republican National Committee is violating the loyalty pledge the two parties signed in September.
Property magnate Donald Trump fired a warning shot at the national Republican Party on Monday. The GOP presidential front-runner tweeted that the Republican National Committee was reportedly "getting ready to treat me unfairly — big spending planned against me." "That wasn't the deal!" Trump exclaimed. Show More Summary
The Republican National Committee has unveiled a logo for its 2016 party convention in Cleveland -- an image of an elephant in mid-stride, its trunk held high, and a guitar to represent the city's role as the home of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
During the first GOP debate, Donald Trump refused to pledge his support to whoever became the party’s nominee. His refusal upset the Republican National Committee and voters who worried that a third-party Trump might split the Republican votes, effectively giving the Democrats control of the White House. Show More Summary
Poor Reince Priebus. After Mitt Romney’s loss to Barack Obama in 2012, Priebus, the head of the Republican National Committee, touted his shiny new 100-page report on reinventing the GOP at the National Press Club in March 2013. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Liz Mair, a “well-connected” former online communications director for the Republican National Committee, is trying to line up secret donors behind a “guerrilla campaign” to “defeat and destroy” Donald Trump’s frontrunning presidential candidacy. The Journal adds that other establishment Republicans now seem to... More »
A new ad from the Democratic National Committee attacks Republican presidential candidates for using the term "radical Islam." Entitled "Inciting fear isn’t presidential," the ad argues that the use of the term is offensive is Musli...
So that happened. This week, the House of Representatives voted to help banks and car dealerships discriminate against customers of color. And it wasn't just Republicans -- 88 Democrats, including Democratic National Committee ChairShow More Summary
Want to know why Trump and Carson are on top while more serious candidates are stuck in the single digits? Look no farther than the Republican National Committee.
Here's the latest from congressional Republicans: Sen. Richard Burr (R., N.C.), chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, said Tuesday his panel will launch a review of encryption use. Sen. Tom Cotton (R., Ark.) introduced a bill...Show More Summary
Margaret Talbot, The New Yorker: Three years ago, after the re-election of Barack Obama, a rueful Republican National Committee launched an inquiry into where the Party had gone wrong. Researchers for the Growth and Opportunity Project...Show More Summary
The audio: 11-16hhs-priebus The transcript: HH: Joined now by the Republican National Committee chairman, Reince Priebus, who I will be seeing in Law Vegas, and again in Florida, as these extraordinarily successful, when you judge by the audience, debate series continue. Show More Summary
Politico: Top campaign officials on Monday pressed the Republican National Committee on whether Las Vegas casino mogul Sheldon Adelson would receive an extra block of tickets for next month’s GOP debate at his Venetian hotel – and potentially stack the … Continue reading ?
Democrats and Republicans have found a new messaging battlefield: wi-fi passwords. It all started with the most recent Republican presidential primary debate in Milwaukee. The Republican National Committee trolled reporters -- and Hillary Clinton's campaign -- by making the wi-fi password in the media filing center "StopHillary." Images of the password (see below) went viral […]
Keywords: xuspoliticsx xeventcollectionx xdomesticcollectionx xuselection2016x xGOP2016x In the aftermath of the third Republican presidential debate two weeks ago, the candidates and the Republican National Committee screamed bloody...Show More Summary
Certain candidates fared better than others during the fourth Republican debate Tuesday night, but there was one clear winner: Fox Business. Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee, took to Twitter after the debate to praise Fox Business and jab CNBC, which was roundly criticized for being unfair in the last Republican debate. And…
The chairman of the Republican National Committee took a shot at CNBC in the aftermath of Fox Business' Republican debate Tuesday night. After the debate, Reince Priebus tweeted: "And that @CNBC is how you run a debate." Priebus and many Republican presidential candidates complained about how the CNBC debate in October was conducted. Show More Summary
The chair of the Republican National Committee called last month’s debate a “crap sandwich.”
The Republican National Committee has officially confirmed that the GOP and its candidates are an extremely petty bunch. In their latest prank for media attention, the RNC will make every reporter type “StopHillary” to access the wi-fi network at tonight’s debate in Milwaukee hosted by Fox Business...