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A Republican National Committee report calls for strategic changes and rebranding in the GOP. Wolf Blitzer speaks to RNC Chairman Reince Priebus.
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GOP chair Reince Priebus tells CNN's Wolf Blitzer that the Republican party are "not going to send any money" toward Rep. Todd Akin's Senate race. Priebus also tells Blitzer, "Mitt Romney let the charge" on calling for Akin to drop out.
Rep Akin. said Tuesday that he will stay in race to unseat Democrat Claire McCaskill despite mounting calls from across the political spectrum for him to withdraw over incendiary comments on rape and pregnancy.
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(CNN) – Reince Priebus, the Republican National Committee chairman, said in a Tuesday interview that he would not abandon GOP Rep. Allen West, who said on Sunday that President Barack Obama wanted Americans to be "slaves."
"He does not want you to have the self-esteem of getting up and earning and having that title of American. He'd rather you be his slave," the Florida congressman said of Obama at a rally in Port St. Lucie, according to CNN affiliate WPTV.
In an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer, Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus discusses the Rev. Wright ad controversy and the GOP line of attack against President Obama.
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CNN's Wolf Blitzer asks Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus how much longer he thinks Rick Santorum will stay in the race.
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RNC chairman Reince Priebus criticizes President Obama over his handling of the debt deal and the economy.
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