Remember that loyalty oath Donald Trump signed promising to support the Republican nominee no matter what? On Tuesday night, Trump told CNN he was reneging on that promise because he “has been treated very unfairly.” That reversal could have serious electoral consequences.
Frank Cannon is president of the American Principles Project and a respected conservative political strategist with over 30 years of experience. [A Paul Ryan nomination] would completely destroy the Republican Party. The problem is that the voters have sent a very strong
Although the Republican Party’s nomination of Donald Trump is no sure thing just yet, two new national polls suggest that the rest of the primary process may be little more than a formality at this point. According to a Quinnipiac survey, Trump
Political analysts disagree on whether it is more likely Donald Trump will arrive at the Republican convention in July with a 1,237 delegate majority or whether no candidate will have the majority and the convention will be contested. The Dallas Morning News reports
An article in RedState by RNC committeeman Morton Blackwell has garnered some attention recently in highlighting a little-known rule instituted in 2012 regarding the Republican nomination process. Rule 40(b) of The Rules of the Republican Party, while originally enacted to tamper down