DOVER, N.H. (AP) — A top New Hampshire member of the Republican National Committee and the state's GOP U.S. senator are blasting ABC News's decision not to include Carly Fiorina in Saturday's debate in the first primary state, whereShow More Summary
In the middle of gathering Democratic National Committee (DNC) Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s reaction to Thursday’s MSNBC Presidential Candidates Debate, Hardball host Chris Matthews inquired which political party has “better...Show More Summary
Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus: The liberal bias alarm is sounding. Ted Cruz, a Republican senator from Texas, just became the first Latino candidate to win a presidential caucus or primary, and conservatives are...Show More Summary
RNC Statement On Iowa Caucus Results WASHINGTON – Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus released the following statement on the Iowa caucus results: “Tonight was nothing short of an unmitigated disaster for Hillary Clinton and the Democrat Party. The Democrat establishment wanted a coronation for Clinton but is now facing the very real prospect […]
Des Moines, Iowa – A week ago I reported that Iowa GOP officials had invited Republican National Committee members to visit Iowa during the caucuses, so they could get an up-close look at what they’re confident will be a much-improved process after the mess in 2012. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — A leading House Republican says a bipartisan overhaul of the nation's criminal justice system could end up waiting until next year. The Senate Judiciary Committee has already passed legislation easing prison terms for some nonviolent offenders.
The campaign arm of House Republicans used Soviet imagery in a Bernie Sanders-themed fundraising pitch. The National Republican Congressional Committee released a fundraising note aimed at Sanders, the Democratic presidential candidate. Show More Summary
When the Republican National Committee announced many months ago that its presidential primary debates would include conservative media figures as moderators, it generated controversy, since some feared that they would only toss softballs at the candidates. I argued the opposite, that conservatives are the best ones to moderate a GOP primary debate, since they understand […]
Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee, isn't terribly bothered by party frontrunner Donald Trump's decision to sit out Thursday night's debate.
The Republican National Committee dumped NBC over the behavior of the moderators at a debate hosted by its partner, CNBC. Yesterday, Republican presidential front-runner, Donald Trump, announced that he would boycott the upcoming GOP debate hosted by Fox News. Show More Summary
The Republican National Committee and Fox News say there won't be an empty podium on the stage during the Iowa Republican debate to symbolize the absence of Donald Trump. The implication is that that's not fair game. In 1980, Jimmy Carter...Show More Summary
Fox & Friends host Brian Kilmeade criticized the Republican National Committee (RNC) after Donald Trump announced he will not participate in the final Republican primary debate before the Iowa caucuses. Donald Trump announced that he...Show More Summary
With Friends Like Bob Dole, Jeb Doesn't Need Any... The conservative manifestoes published in the current issue of National Review(as a result, NR now os ostracized by the Republican National Committee as a debate co-sponsor) against...Show More Summary
This isn’t quite what the Republican National Committee has in mind, but it just took an action that more than ever underscores how the Republican Party is now becoming the Trump (and Palin) party. Yes, there are thoughtful, principled thinking conservatives — although it’s heresy to ever point out to anyone who isn’t conservative that [...]Show More Summary
The National Review’s big stand against Donald Trump has cost them … kinda sorta. On the one hand, the magazine is getting tons of attention, which was surely the point. On the other hand, the Republican National Committee is not going...Show More Summary
Former Florida Gov Jeb Bush criticized the Republican National Committee for removing National Review as a sponsor of a GOP debate next month after the outlet editorialized against Donald Trump. In an interview with Fox News, Bush said the national party was wrong to criticize the outlet for “telling the truth” about Trump. On Thursday,…
The National Review confirmed that the Republican National Committee (RNC) disinvited the publication from participating in the Republican presidential primary debate scheduled for February 25 after publishing an editorial and symposium...Show More Summary
“The Republican National Committee has disinvited National Review from a presidential debate partnership following the release of an edition devoted to taking down Donald Trump,” Politico reports.
The Republican National Committee has ended a debate partnership with National Review after the venerable conservative magazine devoted its new issue to a "symposium" of reasons why voters should reject Donald Trump's presidential campaign. "We expected this was coming," the magazine's publisher Jack Fowler wrote in a blog post late Thursday night, just 90 minutes […]
The Republican National Committee cut ties with NBC for the upcoming Republican presidential debate. CNN will host the February debate instead.