Unlike Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden, President Trump enjoyed a boost in the polls following the Republican National Convention and nearly halved the 10-point lead reportedly held by Biden. As the National Pulse Editor-in-Chief Raheem Kassam pointed out, candidates who fail to
Over six times the number of viewers tuned in to the GOP convention on the opening night vs. the number tuned in to the DNC convention according to C-SPAN, ahead of Nielsen ratings. The Hill reported: “C-SPAN’s livestream of the first night
Last week, Virginia Republicans nominated Corey Stewart for U.S. Senate to take on incumbent Democrat Tim Kaine in the fall. Stewart narrowly edged out state Delegate Nick Freitas, an Army veteran, with 45 percent to Freitas’ 43 percent — a margin of
Gathering for its annual Winter Meeting last week in Washington, D.C., the Republican National Committee unanimously passed an important resolution (provided in full below) supporting President Trump’s policy regarding transgender personnel in the military. President Trump initially tweeted his intentions on July
Following Hillary Clinton’s post-convention bump, where a few select polls gave her a brief double digit lead over Donald Trump, the mainstream media collectively decided to try and kill Trump. That’s the only explanation I can muster for what is taking place.
This is why I cannot stand GOP operatives. Politico is reporting that a group of nearly 70 ex-RNC staffers, ex-GOP Congressmen and ex-GOP Senators have signed a letter begging the RNC to drop its support for Donald Trump and instead focus the
And so it begins. The next episode of the Civics Reality Show that is the Republican presidential nomination was previewed last Thursday when the Republican National Convention floated a draft rule that, if passed, would ignominiously squelch the nascent “Stop Trump” movement.
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 Rule 40(b) of The Rules of the Republican Party, while originally enacted to tamper down