Republican National Committee

Critics slammed the ex-president's daughter-in-law for comments on a right-wing TV network.
Critics slammed the new RNC co-chair over her brazen pitch for money.
Garrett Haake asked the daughter-in-law of former President Donald Trump about Republicans' thoughts on her family's "takeover" of the party.
Cheney slammed McDaniel’s explanation for why she didn’t “speak out earlier” against Donald Trump’s call to free Jan. 6 “hostages.”
Al Cardenas also made a dire prediction about what's to come if Donald Trump wins the 2024 election.
Michael Whatley rhetorically asked Friday, “Were you better off four years ago than you are today? The answer for this entire country is no.”
The "Late Show" host took aim at the "credentials" of the recently-elected Republican National Committee co-chair.
Christina Bobb has troubling credentials for a person who’s supposed to look after the voting process.
"God does not call the qualified; he qualifies the called," RNC member Beth Bloch said when introducing the former president's daughter-in-law.
His campaign claims it will not use RNC money for that purpose, but last year alone, Trump used $54.2 million raised by his political committees on lawyers.