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MEMO: Hillary Clinton Week 1 – Wag the Dog Edition

RNC Communications - April 17, 2015

As Week One of the official Clinton campaign comes to a close, what have we learned? Continue Reading »

RNC Raised $11.2M in March

RNC Communications - April 16, 2015

Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus has announced that the RNC raised $11.2 million in March. The RNC ended March with $10.3 million cash on hand. Continue Reading »

RNC Statement on Tax Day

RNC Communications - April 15, 2015

RNC Chairman Reince Priebus released the following statement on Tax Day. Continue Reading »

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The Price Of Clinton's "Signature Achievement" In Libya

RNC Communications- April 20, 2015

THE RECENT TRAGEDY OFF THE COAST OF LIBYA IS ANOTHER REMINDER OF CLINTON'S FAILED POLICIES AS SECRETARY OF STATE Hundreds Of Migrants Are Likely Dead Following A Shipwreck Off The Libyan Coast, Increasing The Pressure "To Find A Solution To A Spiraling Migration Crisis In The Face Of Growing Chaos In Libya." "As many as 700 migrants are believed to have died in a shipwreck off the Libyan coast, piling pressure on European leaders to find a solution to a spiraling migration crisis in the face of growing chaos in Libya and anti-immigration sentiment at home." (Deborah Ball, "Hundreds Of Migrants Believed Dead In Shipwreck Off Libya," The Wall Street Journal, 4/19/15) "Libya's Lawless State, Following The Toppling Of Former Leader Muammar Gaddafi In 2011, Has Left Criminal Gangs Of Migrant Smugglers Free To Send A Stream Of Boats Carrying Desperate Migrants From Africa And The Middle East." (Antonio Denti, "Hundreds Drown Off Libya, EU Leaders Forced To Reconsider Migrant Mess," Reuters, 4/19/15) Continue Reading »

White House Punts On Clinton Foundation

RNC Communications- April 20, 2015

At Today's Press Briefing, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest Could Not Say Whether Foreign Donations To The Clinton Foundation Influenced State Department Policy, Instead Invoking The 2008 Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) Between The Clinton Foundation And The Obama-Biden Transition That Was Intended To Guard Against Conflicts Of Interest. ABC NEWS' JONATHAN KARL: "One other quick topic. I'm sure you have seen the allegations regarding donations to the Clinton Foundation and speaking fees given to President Bill Clinton while Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State. The allegations that are being made are that there was preferential treatment given to donors to the Clinton Foundation and to those who gave big speaking fees to former President Bill Clinton. Can you say categorically that no donors to the Clinton Foundation, nobody paying any honoraria to former President Bill Clinton received any favorable treatment from this administration or from the State Department while Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State?" JOSH EARNEST: "Well, let me say a couple things about that. The first is there has been a lot of talk about this memorandum of understanding that was signed prior to Secretary Clinton taking her office over in Foggy Bottom. This was a memorandum of understanding that did ensure that given the unique circumstances of her family, not every secretary of state came into office with a presidential level family foundation that was doing excellent work all across the world. So there were some steps that were taken to ensure that she and her office were compliant with all of the existing ethical guidelines that were in place, and in many places this memorandum of understanding actually went beyond the baseline level of those guidelines to put in place strict ethical requirements and I know there's been a lot of accusations made about this, but not a lot of evidence. The President continues to be extraordinarily proud of the work that Secretary Clinton did as the Secretary of State. But for the details of some of those accusations I would refer you to Secretary Clinton's campaign." (Josh Earnest, White House Press Briefing, Washington, D.C., 4/20/15) Continue Reading »

Take 2: Another Staged Campaign Swing

RNC Communications- April 19, 2015

Hillary Clinton’s Aides Say Her Visit To New Hampshire “Will Be Remarkably Similar” To Last Week’s Trip To Iowa. “Hillary Clinton's newly-minted presidential campaign will head to New Hampshire on Monday and Tuesday, according to campaign aides. The trip to the first-in-the-nation primary state will come just days after the former secretary of state finished a three-day swing through Iowa, a visit, aides said, that would be remarkably similar to her New Hampshire trip.” (Dan Merica, “Mimicking Iowa Trip, Hillary Clinton Books First New Hampshire Swing,” CNN, 4/16/15) Continue Reading »

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