The governor of Nevada wants to make his state first in the 2024 presidential nominating process. Sign up for our Newsletters Before it becomes official, however, both the Democratic National Committee and Republican National Committee would have to be convinced by the state of Nevada. KCCI political analyst and Drake University professor Dennis Goldford says two states, one being Iowa, would put up a fight.
MARLBOROUGH — A Republican state committeewoman facing calls to step down from her elected position after making anti-gay remarks told a room full of her colleagues Wednesday evening that “I do not intend to be bullied into resigning,” according to multiple people in attendance. Her defiant stance came at the start of a contentious meeting of the party’s divided state committee, which has been roiled in recent weeks by the fallout from her anti-gay comments as well as a debate over a rules change that would undermine Baker and other elected officials.
Chasten Buttigieg, the husband of Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, took a shot at the head of the Republican National Committee over the organisation's party platform regarding LGBTQ rights. Rona McDaniel, the RNC Chairwoman, said in a post on Wednesday celebrating Pride month that "@GOP is proud to have doubled our LGBTQ support over the last 4 years, and we will continue to grow our big tent by supporting measures that promote fairness and balance protections for LGBTQ Americans and those with deeply held religious beliefs."
The former judge who served as special master in the Michael Cohen case will reprise that role in the Rudy Giuliani investigation
The former judge Barbara Jones will be appointed special master in Rudy Giuliani's case. Jones previously served in the same role in the government's case against Michael Cohen. She currently works at Bracewell LLP, a firm Giuliani used to work at. Sign up for the 10 Things in Politics daily newsletter.
Chasten Buttigieg, the husband of Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, told Ronna McDaniel to “re-visit your party’s platform before you open your mouth about Pride.” Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel tweeted her support for Pride Month and faced immediate backlash, given the slew of anti-LGBTQ legislation pushed by the GOP.
The head of the GOP reiterated arguments then-President Donald Trump made in 2020 when he complained that the debates were too late in the year. WASHINGTON — The next presidential election is almost three and a half years away, and Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel is already warning that her party's nominee may not participate in debates.
‘RNC will have no choice but to advise future Republican candidates against participating in CPD-hosted debates’ if no changes are made, RNC chair writes Related video: Biden slams Trump over coronavirus at final presidential debate Chair of the Republican National Committee Ronna McDaniel slammed the Commission on Presidential Debates in a letter, threatening to advise future Republican presidential nominees to not take part in debates unless the commission bows to their demands.
"He can simply be reinstated," Powell said of Trump during the conference. The crowd cheered loudly in response to her groundless claims. "And Biden is told to move out of the White House," the lawyer continued with a smirk on her face.
Democrat pundit Donna Brazile leaves Fox News for ABC after claiming she's 'accomplished what she wanted' with Donald Trump losing presidential election to Joe Biden
Donna Brazile has made multiple appearances on ABC News’ Sunday news show This Week and was listed as a contributor with the program on last weekend Brazile went on to say that 'all is good' between her and Fox after confirming she'd left the conservative network She explained: 'I've accomplished what I wanted at Fox News,' in wake of Joe Biden's election win
Rudy Giuliani urges judge to dismiss Dominion's $1.3 billion lawsuit, alleging it hasn't actually lost money over election conspiracy theories
Rudy Giuliani has, once again, asked a judge to dismiss Dominion's $1.3 billion defamation lawsuit. Giuliani's lawyer argues Dominion hasn't actually lost money over election conspiracy theories. Dominion has said that Giuliani's lawyer doesn't understand defamation law. See more stories on Insider's business page.
Rudy Giuliani is not 'above the law' or immune to criminal probes despite acting as Trump attorney, Feds say
Key Points Federal prosecutors said "the mere fact" that Rudy Giuliani is a lawyer — one who represented former President Donald Trump — does not mean he is "immune to a criminal investigation." Their filing pushed back on efforts by Giuliani's attorneys to attack the legality of search warrants for his iCloud account in 2019 and for the former New York City mayor's Manhattan home and office last month.
The Democratic National Committee went into May with over $56 million on hand, the most the committee says it has ever had in its war chest at this point in any year. The DNC finished the month of April raising $15.6.million, also a record, according to figures first shared with CNBC by a committee spokesperson.
In a fiery and no-holds-barred conversation, Mary C. Curtis speaks with former RNC chair Michael Steele on the future of the GOP, why he cannot defend the current Republican party to Black voters and why he believes the country can and should do better. Show Notes:
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania voters became the first in the nation to impose restrictions on a governor’s authority under an emergency disaster declaration, approving constitutional amendments sped to a statewide referendum by Republican lawmakers angry over how Democratic Gov.Tom Wolf handled the pandemic response.
Former Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele on Monday agreed with the assertion that the GOP is "one of the largest anti-democratic movements in the world."During an appearance on MSNBC's show "Deadline: White House," host Nicolle Wallace brought up a clip of Rep. Jim Banks (R-Ind.)
Michael Steele ripped the Republican Party over its Donald Trump litmus test.Content loading... Michael Steele, the former chair of the Republican National Committee, said Sunday that the GOP is reeking of desperation as it clings to former President Donald Trump.Steele, an MSNBC contributor and loud Trump critic, was asked on “The Sunday Show” to comment on Republicans’ fealty to the former president, which has become somewhat of a litmus test within the party.
Content loading... Twitter users took the Republican National Committee to task on Friday over a post about freedom of speech.“Freedom of speech should not be a partisan issue,” the RNC declared.“Big Tech should be held accountable.” Commenters interpreted the post as the RNC attacking the banning of ex-President Donald Trump from social media platforms following his incitement of the U.S. Capitol riot on Jan. 6.
That just might be a dig at Biden and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.Last week, the decision to hold the president's speech before Congress in a sparsely attended and fully masked setting -- with an audience of mostly vaccinated adults -- drew commentary about counter-productive messaging.The Republican National Committee, meanwhile, is attacking Biden for continuing to wear a mask outside, calling that "unscientific."