Speaker Paul Ryan said he was not ready to support presumptive nominee Donald J. Trump. Presumably, he is going to see if he can beat Donald Trump at the "Art of the Deal."
Roger Stone discusses the latest from Trump's campaign
GOP Insiders Plot Trump Steal 5/10/16
I hope we have not converted our pro-Trump Stop The Steal Rally to a Unity and Victory Rally in Cleveland July 18th too soon. A motion to unbind all delegates, along with many other underhanded strategies, is being discussed by the elite of the Republican legal establishment, with the permission (if under not the instruction) of Speaker Paul Ryan. Bitter operatives of Ted Cruz even mailed voters before Virginia County conventions in an attempt to grab delegates.
Donald Trump campaign confidante Roger Stone warns that Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and RNC chairman Reince Priebus are planning to "extort" Trump at the RNC after Ryan refused to endorse the presumptive Republican nominee. During an interview with NBC's Meet the Press on Sunday, Trump said that he would not rule out an attempt to remove Ryan from his role at the convention, vowing consequences if the former Wisconsin Congressman continued to withhold his support.
Beware This Pro-Trump Super 5/6/16
A veteran Tea Party activist who helped kick off a "super PAC" supporting Donald J. Trump resigned shortly after the candidate became the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, a fresh blow to a group whose other senior strategist was convicted on Thursday of trying to hide payments made to an Iowa politician in an effort to effectively buy his endorsement.
Bad Old Days 5/2/16
Roger Stone, the political provocateur, visited the bar at the Four Seasons Hotel on primary day last week to reminisce about his long friendship with Donald Trump. It started in 1979, when Stone was a twenty-six-year-old aide in Ronald Reagan's Presidential campaign. Michael Deaver, a more senior campaign official, instructed Stone to start fund-raising in New York. "Mike gave me a recipe box full of index cards, supposedly Reagan's contacts in New York," Stone said. "Half the people on the cards were dead. A lot of the others were show-business people, but there was one name I recognized--Roy Cohn." So Stone presented himself at the brownstone office of Cohn, the notorious lawyer and fixer.
Political consultant, lobbyist and strategist Roger Stone has played a key role in the election of Republican presidents from Richard Nixon to Ronald Reagan to George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush. He also served as an assistant to Sen. Bob Dole.
When Chris Cox rolls into Cleveland in mid-July with other motorcycle-riding supporters of Donald Trump, he plans to celebrate the billionaire's coronation as the Republican presidential nominee. He also counts on joining protests if a battle over the nomination ensues.
How would Donald Trump fare in a general election against Hillary Clinton? The conventional wisdom is that he wouldn't stand a chance. The GOP is divided. His campaign, despite a recent spate of landslide primary wins, appears to have its own civil war going on. His favorability numbers are at historic lows for a nominee.
One of Donald Trump's most trusted confidants is coming to his defense after a California woman filed suit against the presidential contender, claiming he raped her when she was a teen.
Get Your Tricky Dick 4/26/16
If you're a fan of Richard Nixon or irony, there may be a special marijuana strain for you. "Tricky Dick" is (apparently) a new brand of bud being grown for medical marijuana patients in California, says its backer - and former Nixon campaigner - Roger Stone.
Speaking to radio host Joe Piscopo Monday morning on AM 970 The Answer, Trump ally Roger Stone touted his plan to lead a "largest outdoor massive, peaceful, nonviolent protest in Cleveland history" at the Republican National Convention this July.
Donald Trump's Donald Trump 4/25/16
Last August, Roger Stone had a serious falling-out with his longtime friend and boss Donald Trump over campaign strategy. He thought Trump ought to have one.
Here we sit, on a sunny Upper East Side morning, after Donald Trump has really dominated in the New York primary. The first thing I have to say is, I want to clear up some old business: What do you think of my hat now that you're looking at it in person?
The return of Roger Stone 4/19/16
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