And no questions meant to “divide on religious grounds.” The radio show host, who will be a part of CNN’s debate, says foreign policy should come first in an interview with radio host Aaron Klein.
“I’m not against a lot of people being involved, but I am against a process that can turn into a circus, which is what I’m trying to prevent.”
As rumors ramp up that Mitt’s considering another run, he emphasizes the failures of “Hillary Clinton–Barack Obama” foreign policy, economic opportunity, and addressing poverty.
“I sure as heck hope we’re running against Hillary Clinton,” Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus says.
“The Democrats have used this tactic regularly,” an RNC spokesperson said.
“Just be honest and tell the rest of the country your priority isn’t Latinos; your priority is the Democratic Party,” the RNC writes in a letter provided to BuzzFeed. The group’s president pushes back hard.
The government shutdown was good for fundraising.
The president will raise money for the Democratic Party at two upcoming events over the coming month.
The Republican National Committee also called for an investigation into the NSA’s “unconstitutional surveillance” program.
The Republican National Committee is sending Democrats trophies commemorating PolitiFact’s “Lie Of The Year.”
A humbled city makes its pitch to the GOP.
Steve Lonegan, the Republican who lost to Booker last week and is now trying to settle $68,000 in campaign debt, says the RNC and NRSC “sat on their hands” during the race. “Their absence sent a message to others to stay away.”
In Morris County, Reince Priebus lauds Steve Lonegan and calls for Republicans to come together. “We have to build unity all the time,” Priebus says.
Charles Ferguson, who was set to direct for CNN, also said some prominent Democrats were against the film, and Clinton’s people refused to take part.
Steve Lonegan, the Republican senate nominee barely known outside the state, is about to get a lot of attention — but not from his own party. “No one in New Jersey cares what the RNC thinks anyway,” the Lonegan camp says.
Could “Carlos Danger” undermine the Democrats’ message with women? The RNC is trying to make sure he does.
The writer and mogul have thrown down on Twitter. Here’s the story behind their fight.
“In this case it may be a more an issue of employment rather than policy,” says Spicer.
“Tolerating this kind of bigotry will only serve to turn off more and more voters, and until the leadership of the RNC is willing to confront and denounce bigotry in its own ranks, they will continue to lose elections,” GOProud leader says.
Paul’s civil libertarianism is popular right now. Can it sow the seeds of discontent with Democratic blocs?
Ready for the Feline Government?
Abandoned by the Establishment, beset by libertarians, the base is playing defense.
Hispanics get 90 shout-outs in the 98-page Republican autopsy, and Jews get one.
Ken Mehlman tells BuzzFeed he is pushing for same-sex couples’ marriage rights “because we are conservatives, not in spite of it.” Here’s how he got 80 prominent Republicans to join him in the fight.
2016’s intellectual Rick Perry tries to mark his territory.
A curious location for balloting at the Franklin School in Philadelphia. UPDATE: Judge orders mural covered up.