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ENG: Reinhold Reince Priebus (born March 18, 1972) is the Chairman of the Republican National Committee. Early life Reince Priebus was born Reinhold Reince Priebus in Dover, New Jersey, and grew up in Netcong, New Jersey, until his family moved to Wisconsin when he was seven. His father is is a former union electrician who works in real estate. Some sources identify his parents as Roula and Dimitra, while others have used "Richard and Dimitra" for their names.Priebus is of German and Greek descent. At age 16 he volunteered for several political campaigns in high school. After graduating from high school, he attended the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, where he majored in English and political science, and joined the Delta Chi fraternity. He graduated cum laude in 1994, and prior to ...
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RNC Chairman Reince Priebus Names Matt Pinnell State ...


... Party Director WASHINGTON – Today, Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus announced the appointment of Matt Pinnell as the new RNC State Party Director. Pinnell will report directly to Chairman Priebus in addition to Political Director Chris McNulty. Chairman Priebus released the following statement: “As the RNC moves forward with the recommendations of the Growth and Opportunity Project, I am very pleased to announce outgoing Oklahoma Chairman Matt Pinnell will serve as the chief liaison between the RNC and state parties. Matt knows the workings of ...


Hillary Surges, Reince Priebus escalates GOP war on women,..


... Americans demand jobs Hillary Clinton has taken a commanding position in national politics, and as I wrote in my latest column, it would be spectacular if Bill and Hillary Clinton would work with the Clinton Global Initiative to devise major new jobs proposals. Meanwhile, both parties should be embarrassed by the latest depressing jobs report. And Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus escalated the GOP war against women with his intellectually dishonest but highly revealing cheap-shot against Planned Parenthood that misrepresented the group's position on ...


Michael Steele trashes Reince Priebus for ‘crapping’ ...


... on his RNC chair legacy Former Republican National Committee (RNC) chair Michael Steele vented his frustrations toward his successor and former “right hand,” Reince Priebus, in a lengthy radio interview on Tuesday, accusing Priebus of feigning innocence over the group’s budget issues. “Reince Priebus was my right hand,” Steele told host Larry O’Connor. “What annoys the heck out of me is that for two years, Reince Priebus was in every room I was in, a part of every major decision I made for how much money we would spend, what we would spend ...


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Scarborough defends RNC’s Priebus: MSNBC ‘exactly the same’ as Fox News
Conservative MSNBC host Joe Scarborough on Wednesday defended Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus’ decision to pull debates off of NBC and CNN if the networks went forward with movies about Hillary Clinton, saying that MSNBC was “exactly the same” as Fox News. Spe...
African-American Republican confronts Priebus: Party treats blacks ‘like we don’t exist’
A Republican African-American woman on Wednesday told RNC chairman Reince Priebus and former presidential candidate Newt Gingrich that the party treated blacks “like we don’t exist.” Following a long discussion between Gingrich and Priebus at the 2013 Republican National Committee ...
Reince Priebus - China and North Korea, 'consistently over many, many years,' have meddled in U.S. elections?
The Truth-o-Meter says: False | China and North Korea, 'consistently over many, many years,' have meddled in U.S. elections? In 1996, Johnny Chung, a Taiwanese-born California businessman, pleaded guilty to illegally funneling money from China to President Bill Clinton and the Democratic National Committee during Clinton’s re-election campaign. Chung later testified before Congress that the donations included $35,000 from the head of China's military intelligence agency to Clinton’s successful reelection effort. The FBI even warned six members of Congress at the time: "We have reason to believe that the government of China may try to make contributions to members of Congress through Asian donors." Perhaps that’s part of what Wisconsinite Reince Priebus, the White House ... >> More
Reince Priebus - Were the 7 nations identified in Donald Trump's travel ban named by Barack Obama as terror hotbeds?
The Truth-o-Meter says: Half-True | Were the 7 nations identified in Donald Trump's travel ban named by Barack Obama as terror hotbeds? Two days after President Donald Trump temporarily banned certain groups of people from entering the United States, his chief of staff, Reince Priebus, defended the executive order by directing attention to terrorism and Trump’s predecessor, Barack Obama. The protest-triggering order has been criticized as a "Muslim ban" (it is and it isn’t, we found). But Trump refutes that, asserting that the part of the order targeting seven Muslim-majority countries is aimed at fighting terrorism. Priebus, a Wisconsin native, appeared Jan. 29, 2017 on NBC’s "Meet the Press" and said: Here’s the deal: If ... >> More



 
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