Former RNC Chairman Michael Steele said that Trump is trying to dumb down the conversation on impeachment.
Republican strategists who have publicly criticized Donald Trump are getting blackballed and losing jobs with GOP candidates, the Daily Beast reports this morning.
According to the report, Republican strategist Rick Tyler, the former top communications aide on Sen. Ted Cruz’s (R-TX) political campaign, was fired from his job working for Mississippi Senate candidate Chris McDaniel after the Trump White House complained about hiring him. In particular, the White House threatened to endorse his primary opponent unless he cut Tyler from his payroll.
Despite Eric Cantor's humiliating defeat on Tuesday, Michael Steele claims there is a lot of interest in getting him to chair the RNC.
A weekly roundup of the Republican Wing Nut Circus, this week featuring the Ohio GOP telling women to get back to the kitchen, Sarah Palin blaming a hacked email account for losing the election in 2008, Rush Limbaugh claiming that Obama is going to repeal presidential term limits, and of course Rachel Maddow on Sue Lowden's plan to barter chickens for health care.
RNC Chairman Michael Steele was on Fox Radio's Brian and The Judge show, and he left no doubt about who is really running the GOP, as he admitted that he watches Glenn Beck , and then said, "Love, Beck, love Beck, my goodness, he's lovable."