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RNC Statement On The ABC Debate in Manchester

RNC Communications - February 6, 2016

Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus released the following statement at the conclusion of the Republican debate in Manchester, New Hampshire: Continue Reading »

RNC Statement On The January Jobs Report

RNC Communications - February 5, 2016

Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus released the following statement on the January jobs report: Continue Reading »

RNC Statement On The MSNBC Democrat Debate In New Hampshire

RNC Communications - February 4, 2016

Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus released the following statement at the conclusion of the Democrat debate in Durham, New Hampshire: Continue Reading »

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On Super Bowl Sunday, Clinton Plays Defense

RNC Communications- February 7, 2016

Confronted By Accusations Of Shifting Her Position On A Bankruptcy Bill Because Of Wall Street Donations By Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Clinton Said She "Held Her Nose" When She Voted For A Bankruptcy Bill, But Then Touted The Fact That "It Never Became Law." TAPPER: "I would love it if you would address the substance of the allegation and also the fact that Sanders' campaign sent it out but Sanders himself backed off from making the charge himself." CLINTON: "That's their typical, you know, artistic smear. The campaign sends something out, gets people riled up, and they say 'oh no we are running a positive campaign.' Enough. Okay I'm glad you raised this because I really do want to get this record straight once and for all. I worked with Senator Warren, with whom I have the highest regard, in 2000 to stop a very bad bankruptcy bill. And then when I got to the Senate in 2001, early on, there was going to be a vote on another bankruptcy bill. I was deluged. Now as a Senator, not as a First Lady, lobbying and working against this bill. I was deluged by women's groups and children's groups, because the version of the bill that was going to be voted on did not protect child support, did not protect vulnerable women and their children from what would happen to them if their partner, their spouse, went into bankruptcy and was able to discharge those obligations. And literally people I've worked with for thirty years came and said 'nobody else will do this. You got to help us. You got to change that provision.' I took that on and I went to the floor and I buttonholed the Democrats and the Republicans, who were leading that bill. I said 'you can't do this; you got to change that provision.' And they did but they also put it to me and said 'if we change this provision you have to vote for the bill.' Now that's what happens sometimes. I didn't like the bill any more than I had liked it before; it still had very bad provisions. But I also pushed hard for a deal to protect women and children. So, okay, I held my nose, I voted for it. It never became law." (CNN's "State Of The Union," 2/7/16) Continue Reading »

Evening News Places Clinton On Defense Over Wall St Ties, Youth Vote, Polls

RNC Communications- February 5, 2016

Evening News Places Clinton On Defense Over Wall St Ties, Youth Vote, Polls Continue Reading »

Clinton Again Dodges On Releasing Paid Speaking Transcripts

RNC Communications- February 5, 2016

Clinton Dodges On Releasing Paid Speaking Transcripts. ANDREA MITCHELL: "Well his argument about Wall Street ties seems to be penetrating. It's stuck. How do you counteract that? Are you willing to release the transcripts that are under your control? They were part of your contracts, so you own them. Transcripts of all your speeches?" HILLARY CLINTON: "I said I would look into that, but I want to get to what's really behind this. What's behind this is, I made speeches, when I left, as many people do, other former officials -" MITCHELL: "Are you sorry in how you did it?" CLINTON: "No, I'm not, because I thought it was a good way to communicate what I was seeing in the world to answer questions about that and my term as Secretary of State. And I think it was a useful exercise for me, because it also enabled me to think through, kind of, where I was in the assessment of what I would do next. So, no, but here's what's really going on. This is an effort by the Sanders' campaign to basically say, anybody who's ever taken a donation, not just from Wall Street, if you take it to the natural conclusion, from anybody, is bought and paid for. That is absolutely untrue." (Hillary Clinton, Remarks To MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell, Manchester, NH, 2/5/16) Continue Reading »

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