President Donald Trump has started paying his own legal bills related to the Russia probe, rather than charging them to his campaign or the Republican National Committee, and is finalizing a plan to use personal funds to help current and former White House staff with their legal costs. Show More Summary
Republican Roy Moore is trailing Democrat Doug Jones by 12 points in the Alabama special Senate election, according to a poll conducted by the National Republican Senatorial Committee after five women accused Moore of pursuing them as teenagers. Show More Summary
A new poll commissioned by the National Republican Senate Committee claims Alabama Democrat Senate candidate Doug Jones is leading Republican Judge Roy Moore by 12 points. Statistician Nate Silver implies the numbers may have been manipulated to pressure Moore out of the race. Show More Summary
An NRSC (National Republican Senate Committee) says the race now stands at Jones 51, Moore 39. I know some will say the NRSC has a vested interest in pushing out a dooming poll for Moore, and I can't disagree. However,...
Many GOP senators have called on him to drop out of the Alabama special election amid allegations of sexual assault.
“The Republican National Committee is withdrawing its support for besieged Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, leaving him increasingly isolated as he confronts charges of sexual misconduct with teenagers,” Politico reports.
Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore lost the financial support of the Republican National Committee on Monday, amid a growing sexual misconduct scandal surrounding him. The RNC ended its joint fundraising agreement with Moore, according to a senior party official cited by Politico. Show More Summary
The Republican National Committee (RNC) has pulled its financial support from GOP Senate hopeful Roy Moore by severing official fundraising ties, leaving Moore "increasingly isolated as he confronts charges of sexual misconduct withShow More Summary
The Republican National Committee is withdrawing support for Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore after allegations surfaced that he had sexual contact with teenage girls decades ago, Politico reported on Tuesday, citing a senior party official. The move further isolates Moore, who has...
The embattled Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore just lost the financial backing of the Republican Party as he faces multiple allegations of sexual misconduct with underaged girls. According to a senior party official cited by Politico,...Show More Summary
National Republican Senatorial Committee Chairman Cory Gardner (R-Colo.) said the Senate should vote to expel Roy Moore if he wins the special election for Alabama’s open Senate seat next month. “I believe the individuals speaking out...Show More Summary
National Republican Senatorial Committee chairman Cory Gardner called on Roy Moore to drop out of the Alabama special election. If Moore does not drop out and still wins, Gardner is demanding the Senate expel him from office. WASHINGTON — The chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC), Colorado Sen. Show More Summary
The Washington Examiner reports: The top Senate Republican campaign official said Monday that the Senate should move to expel Roy Moore should he manage to win the special election next week for senator from Alabama. “I believe the individuals...Show More Summary
Former Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele isn’t letting President Donald Trump off the hook.
Former Attorney General Eric Holder says he is glad to be unshackled from his old job because employment with the National Democratic Redistricting Committee lets him lash out at Republicans like “orange man” President Trump....
The Democratic wave of victories in Virginia and New Jersey could frighten Republicans in tough districts ahead of the 2018 cycle. Former National Republican Congressional Committee chairman Greg Walden stressed that each race is different,...Show More Summary
Former Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele had harsh words for President Donald Trump after he criticized the GOP candidate he'd backed in the Virginia gubernatorial election.
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“Why Gillespie Cannot Win.” That was the title of a two-page memo that circulated among a dozen Republican donors and activists in Virginia. It was late June. Ed Gillespie, the former Republican National Committee chairman and veteran lobbyist, had just squeaked out a victory in the GOP primary for governor over a Confederacy-loving county official […]