The chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee said Friday that the controversy surrounding whether former National Security Adviser Susan Rice politicized intelligence about President Donald Trump and his associates "was all created" by House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes. Republican Sen. Show More Summary
The Hill: The Republican National Committee isn't spending big for New Jersey gubernatorial candidate Kim Guadagno because the RNC doesn't think she has been loyal to President Trump, NJ.com reported Wednesday.... "[The president] is...Show More Summary
According to a report from NJ.com, the Republican National Committee isn’t too committed to New Jersey’s gubernatorial race for a reason that will surprise no one — the Republican candidate, Kim Guadagno, has reportedly been perceived as disloyal to President Trump. Show More Summary
A Senate committee gave the greenlight to Republicans Marvin Kaplan and William Emanuel.
The Republican National Committee raised a record breaking $13.4 million for the month of June, the total 2017 fundraising amount... The post #MAGA: RNC Raises RECORD-SETTING $13.4M in June appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Late in Tuesday’s AC360, former Republican National Committee (RNC) official and CNN political commentator Mike Shields unloaded on his fellow panelists and the news media at large for failing to connect with Americans outside the Washington D.C. Show More Summary
Meghan McCain lashed out at the member of the Republican National Committee who retweeted an article that called for the death of Sen. John McCain.
Iowa Republican National Committee member Tamara Scott is appalled that an atheist activist delivered an invocation at a meeting of the Oskaloosa City Council earlier this month.In her view, atheists should sit down and shut up while Christians take over the government. Because that's what freedom of religion means.
USA Today reports: Diana Orrock, a member of the Republican National Committee from Nevada, appeared to support an article that called for the death of Republican Sen. John McCain. The piece in question, “Please Just F—— Die Already,”...Show More Summary
A member of the Republican National Committee from Nevada, appeared to support an article that called for the death of Republican Sen. John McCain.
Weigel: The National Republican Congressional Committee dismissed as a “political stunt” a letter from its counterpart, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, asking for the two parties to team up on combating hacking ahead of the 2018 election. “This letter was … Continue reading ?
Staff for self-identified “billionaire” Donald Trump are reportedly pushing the Republican National Committee to pick up the growing legal bills for Donald Trump’s attorneys. From the Washington Post: Another question is who will pay the growing legal fees for the president and administration officials caught up in the Russia inquiries. Show More Summary
A new report is suggesting that some of President Trump's inner circle are trying to get the Republican National Committee to cover his legal bills as long as the administration continues to face questions related to the Russia investigations.
Mediaite columnist John Ziegler interviewed Michael Steele on his latest podcast, and the former Republican National Committee chairman voiced concern about whether President Trump will end up hurting political conservatism more than helping it.
Last week, Republicans on the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs released a report on leaks to the media. The report, which was led by Chairman Ron Johnson, asserts that "an avalanche" of leaks under the Trump Administration is harming national security. It lists at least 125...
New York, July 6, 2017--The Committee to Protect Journalists is alarmed by a report released today by a group of Senate Republicans arguing that "an avalanche" of media leaks under the Trump Administration is harming national security. The report, which lists at least 125 news articles that allegedly harmed...
The Republican National Committee was aiming to highlight a lack of solutions from Democrats over issues they with Obamacare Wednesday.
Hillary Clinton fired back at the official Republican Party Twitter account after it asked for her healthcare plan on Wednesday. The Republican National Committee's Twitter account went after Democrats on Wednesday with a string of clips...Show More Summary
In a move so dumb even the right-leaning The Hill has to call it out as stupid, the Republican National Committee released an ad calling out Democrats who've criticized Trumpcare, asking "where's your plan?" As The Hill can't help but...Show More Summary
The Intercept has published audio of Donald Trump telling the crowd at his $10M Republican National Committee reelection fundraiser that he should sue CNN. Reporters were banned from attending the event. They write: Trump drew loud applause with his suggestion that he was prevailing in his campaign against the cable news network. Show More Summary