The chairman of the Republican National Committee will be President-elect Donald J. Trump’s White House chief of staff. Ashley Parker discusses their relationship over the course of the campaign and what it might look like in Washington.
Yet on the eve of Donald Trump's inauguration four years later, the authors of the Republican National Committee's 2013 "Growth and Opportunity Project" concede their report is little more than an afterthought as members gather in Washington...Show More Summary
Darren Bolding, the chief technology officer of the Republican National Committee is moving to the data science firm that helped win Trump the election. The post Trump’s Data Firm Snags RNC Tech Guru Darren Bolding appeared first on WIRED.
A former chairman of the Republican National Committee issued a firm rebuke of President-elect Donald Trump's tweets attacking Rep. John Lewis (D-Georgia) on Saturday, calling the comments "unnecessary" and warning Trump not to further isolate himself from black voters. Show More Summary
Michael Steele, former head of the Republican National Committee, had a few harsh words for Donald Trump after the president-elect launched an ugly attack on civil rights hero Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) on Twitter. Bright and early Saturday morning, Trump trashed the man who was beaten by cops in Selma...
Associated Press: “Only one seat was saved by a Republican National Committee aide, a front-row spot for a reporter from Breitbart, the conservative news outlet until recently run by Trump senior adviser Steve Bannon. Other reporters scrambled to save their [...]
“When you attack a country,” John McCain, the long-serving Republican Senator from Arizona, who chairs the influential Senate Armed Services Committee, told reporters on December 30, 2016, during a visit to Ukraine, a nation locked in...Show More Summary
Backed by President Obama, Mr. Holder will lead the National Democratic Redistricting Committee, a group aimed at breaking the Republican Party’s grip on the congressional map.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Russia hacked into Republican state political campaigns and old email domains of the Republican National Committee but there is no evidence it successfully penetrated President-elect Donald Trump's campaign, FBI Director James Comey said on Tuesday.
On Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg announced that former Obama campaign manager will lead the philanthropy’s policy and advocacy effort and former Republican National Committee chairman Ken Mehlman will chair its policy advisory board. Mehlman...Show More Summary
The FBI director, appearing with other top U.S. intelligence chiefs at a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing, said Russia targeted Republican National Committee Web domains no longer in use.
The FBI has no evidence that Russia successfully hacked President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign or the Republican National Committee (RNC), Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey said on Tuesday. Testifying before Congress for the first time since Trump defeated Democrat Hillary...
Donald Trump has finally acknowledged that Russia directly interfered with the 2016 presidential election. According to Trump’s incoming chief of staff, former Republican National Committee leader Reince Priebus, made a statement Sunday confirming Trump’s acceptance of U.S. Show More Summary
The Tweeter-in-chief is siding with the Russians against the Democrats. Gross negligence by the Democratic National Committee allowed hacking to take place.The Republican National Committee had strong defense! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump)...Show More Summary
By Juan Cole | (Informed Comment) | – – The hysteria about Russian hacking of the Democratic National Committee and the Republican National Committee servers and the phishing scam run on Hillary…
At Thursday morning's Senate armed services committee hearing about Russian hacking during the 2016 elections, little new information was revealed about Moscow's meddling in the presidential campaign. Director of National Intelligence...Show More Summary
Republican Senator John McCain opened an Armed Services Committee hearing Thursday on the topic of "foreign cyber threats to the United States" by calling for the nation to move forward after the presidential election, but with "full...Show More Summary
The Democratic National Committee is building a “war room” to battle President-elect Donald Trump, pressure the new Republican administration on a variety of policy matters and train a spotlight on Russia's alleged cyberattacks to influence the 2016 election. Show More Summary
Kelly Ward, interim executive director of the National Democratic Redistricting Committee, talks with Ari Melber about the plans by a new project led by...
Democrats may be planning to give congressional Republicans a taste of their own obstructionist medicine. Jaime Harrison, the head of South Carolina’s Democratic Party and a candidate for the Democratic National Committee chair, compared the last eight years of GOP efforts to undermine...