Reince Priebus


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If we can come up with a bill that accomplishes the goals of the president with Republicans alone, we'll take it and we'll move forward with it. I think it's more or less a warning shot that we're willing to talk to anyone. We always have been and I think more so now than ever. And I think the president is disappointed in the number of people he thought were loyal to him that weren't.
Mar 27 2017 Trump Presidency
Reince Priebus has most recently been quoted in an article called Schumer seizes on Trump team's offer to work with Dems. Reince Priebus said, “He doesn't blame Paul Ryan. In fact, he thought Paul Ryan worked really hard. He enjoys his relationship with Paul Ryan, thinks that Paul Ryan is a great speaker of the House.”. Reince Priebus has been quoted a grand total of 113 times in 78 articles.
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We don't believe everyone is lousy in the media. But there are some things that are really bad. And we've tried to – [Trump] categorizes that as 'fake news.' What we've been through over the last 10 days has been unbelievable, the leaks, the fake stories, the anonymous accusations. That stuff is bad.

It was our legal counsel who got a heads up from Sally Yates that something wasn't adding up with his story. I have talked to General Flynn. None of that came up. The subject matter of sanctions or the actions taken by the Obama did not come up in the conversation. We don't know of any contacts with Russian agents.

That's a different issue for the F.B.I. to answer. I mean, I'm just not in a position to answer it. Certainly we've talked about that issue with leadership at the F.B.I. But I'm not in a position to talk about that with you. But listen, we've talked about this. I think we've laid it out very clearly. And now it's up to the D.O.J. and the F.B.I. to take it any further, if that's what they do.

But then we started thinking about whether or not Michael Flynn was being straight with us. And that's when we started asking a lot of questions and sort of deposing Michael Flynn and figuring out what he knew or what he didn't know.

Was an effective way to sum up what his message was yesterday and he did a fantastic job.

If you're traveling back and forth, you're going to be subjected to further screening.

Everyone's suffering in the Holocaust including, obviously, all of the Jewish people affected and the miserable genocide that occurred is something that we consider to be extraordinarily sad and something that can never be forgotten and something that if we could wipe it off of the history books we could. But we can't.

President Trump is not willing to get this wrong which is why he wants to move forward quickly and protect Americans. I recognize, in fact, obviously that that was what the Holocaust was about. It's a horrible event. And obviously a miserable time in history that we remember here at the White House and certainly will never forget the Jewish people that suffered in World War II. And there was no harm or ill-will or offense intended by any of that.

I can't imagine too many people out there watching this right now think it's unreasonable to ask a few more questions from someone traveling in and out of Libya and Yemen before being let loose in the United States. And that's all this is.

The point is not the crowd size. The point is the attacks and the attempt to delegitimize this president in one day. And we're not going to sit around and take it.

Is an obsession by the media to delegitimize this president and we are not going to sit around and let it happen.

I can promise you he wants to make people proud.

The media from Day One has been talking about delegitimizing the election.

She is the right woman to lead the RNC. And it is time for a woman to lead the RNC.

What I'm talking about, what we're talking about – and the only thing that was even discussed about this – was whether or not you want to take that [press briefing] room that only holds 50 people ... and whether you want to go 50 feet to the EOB and have for the first few weeks or the first month or so the press conferences where you can fit three or four times the amount of people. It's about more access.

But certainly that policy is on the table if China doesn't also come to the table and work with us on trade, work with us on the South China Sea and what's happening there.

If we have more people involved instead of less people involved, wouldn't that be a good thing? He mentioned the idea of moving press conferences to the Executive Office Building next door to the White House. They're currently held in the White House's West Wing, which houses offices for White House staff.

I know that some of the folks in the press are uptight about this, and I understand. The only thing that's been discussed is whether or not the initial press conferences are going to be in that small press ... the press room that people see on TV is very, very tiny.

So no one is moving out of the White House. That is the White House, where you can fit four times the number of people in the press conference, allowing more press, more coverage from all over the country ... That's what we're talking about.

He accepts the fact that this particular case was entities in Russia, so that's not the issue. Action may be taken.

He's not denying that entities in Russia were behind this particular campaign.

He's not denying that entities in Russia were behind this particular campaign. I think he accepts the findings.

I will tell you that it would be ideal if we could do it all in one big action. But look, it may take time to get all the elements of the replace in place.

The ethics office has all the information needed and must move faster. Change was voted for and change we will get.

Let's assume it's true. There's no evidence that shows that the outcome of the election was changed because of a couple dozen John Podesta emails that were out there.

This whole thing is a spin job. And I think what the Democrats ought to do is look in the mirror and face the reality that they lost the election.

There's going to be things that individually people may believe in their hearts or in their mind. But ultimately, it's their job to represent the president-elect of the United States and his foreign policy.

The good Lord didn't put oil in all freedom-loving democracies across the world and yet Rex Tillerson was able to make this work. Donald Trump and Rex Tillerson, they hit it off and they have a similar vision of how to get things done.

... The fact that he actually has a relationship with people like Vladimir Putin and others across the globe is something that ... we shouldn't be embarrassed by it. It's something that I think could be a huge advantage to the United States.

I would not be surprised if he wasn't on the phone with all of these companies, as many as he can to encourage them to stay, stick it out.

We're making sure that all those conflicts are taken care of.

I mean, look, phrasing can always be done differently, but clearly there are some aspects of that faith that are problematic. And we know them.

Donald Trump has been very clear from the very beginning that his family is very important to him.

And we will have every 'I' dotted and every 'T' crossed, and I can assure the American people that there wouldn't be any wrongdoing, or any sort of undue influence over any decision-making.

But there are some people in countries abroad that need to be prevented... there are some people that need to be prevented from coming into this country. So I think that's where 99 percent of Americans are at.

[Trump] really wants everyone to understand that he wants to be a president for everyone. No matter your background, your race. He wants to do well for every American across the board.

[Trump] appealed to people, in all respects of our party. And that takes talent and an ability that Prez-elect Trump has. But it was his message and the delivery that created that incredible night.

Together, we've been able to manage a lot of the decision making in regard to the campaign. It's worked very, very well.

Donald Trump is taking this very seriously. He will get things done.

We have got a candidate that appeals to a lot of voters that haven't engaged in a long time. And he actually appeals to a lot of folks in the Midwest.

This stunning development raises serious questions about what records may not have been turned over and why, and whether they show intent to violate the law. What's indisputable is that Hillary Clinton jeopardized classified information on thousands of occasions in her reckless attempt to hide pay-to-play corruption at her State Department.

The "RNC is in full coordination with the Trump campaign and we have a great relationship with them.

He speaks a language that people out there can understand, and so I think that he's going to have a good night.

He's the outsider, he's a person who has never run before, let alone be in a presidential debate, but he's going to be ready. And I think one of the things Donald Trump has going for him is he's got very good instincts.

He doesn't agree with his style of government. He wasn't saying that.

Hillary Clinton is the wrong choice to lead America as commander-in-chief, repeatedly showing poor judgment and failed leadership on critical issues like foreign affairs and the growth of radical Islamic terrorism, and an utter tone deafness on the catastrophe at the VA.

Americans need a strong leader who will keep our country safe and secure, not a politician who can't even say she will make the country safer from terrorist threats. And her shocking claim that not a single American has died in Libya ignores the four brave Americans who fell victim to a terrorist attack on her watch.

The Clinton Foundation can play a vital role in filling important gaps in the public record by demonstrating its commitment to transparency and making public all correspondence its officials had with the State Department during Secretary Clinton's tenure.

I go with the flow based on what the campaign wants to do. I think Kellyanne is doing a phenomenal job.

A nominee doesn't have to adopt every single position and platform of the Republican Party. As you get closer to the White House, a degree of humanity and decency is part of every decision that needs to be made.

His position is going to be tough, his position is going to be fair, but his position is going to be humane. He is going to build and complete the border wall that was set in place in 2006 by Congress – it's going to be paid for. I believe that he is going to, when he talks about deportation, he's going to go after people who are here and are criminals and shouldn't be here.

While he wouldn't specify a date You're going to find out from Donald Trump very shortly. He's going to be giving prepared remarks on this issue I think very soon.

Those are the things that Donald Trump is going to answer. And this is not a simple question.

The Obama-Clinton foreign policy not only means cutting a dangerous nuclear deal with the world's number one state sponsor of terrorism, it also means paying them a secret ransom with cargo planes full of cash.

My personal view is that we need to maximize the audience and that's going to be either a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday night. And that's where we stand on the issue.

Certainly we're not going to agree with anything that our nominee doesn't agree with and it would be incumbent upon them to communicate with us and others about what they have in mind. We're not going to be having debates on Saturday and Sunday nights, I don't believe. It's up to the nominee of both parties to make that decision, but certainly the RNC is going to be involved in supporting our nominee and his position on this.

Hillary Clinton's choice of Tim Kaine does nothing to unify a fractured Democrat base which is repelled by her dishonesty and cronyism.

Ultimately this is a ticket that represents one thing: four more years like the last eight, just with more corruption and scandal. A Clinton-Kaine administration will push our country further down the path President Obama has led us on and that has made us less safe, less prosperous, and less free.

.@HillaryClinton If anyone knows how to use a delete key, it's you.

I don't know if it's true or not, so I don't know what to tell you.

Obviously he's a salesman. So he's naturally talented, and I think the more he does that individually here with leaders of our party, the better off I think he's going to be.

I don't think Donald Trump is interested in rewriting the platform of the Republican Party.

People didn't think this thing was going to be over two weeks ago... I think it threw a few people off.

I don't think that Donald Trump's going to have a hard time bringing out some of the things that are going to be very not good for Hillary Clinton.

Charles, in the past, has gone out of his way to make the case for him being a little bit less partisan than people would expect. It's going to come down to four to eight more years of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton or a different direction. And I think that's going to be a very powerful case that we're going to be able to make as a party.

No, he doesn't because I kind of know where he's coming from. I'm not unfamiliar with his opinions. So it doesn't really bother me because I know what the truth is.

I don't think that it's a good idea for us next week, I mean, before the convention to make serious rules changes or recommendations of changes right now. I think we're in a politically charged environment. I think it's too complicated.

The nomination process has been known for more than a year. It's the responsibility of the campaigns to understand it. Complaints now? Give us all a break.

The nomination is won on the floor in Cleveland by the majority of delegates that get empowered and by the vote of the people. So the voters in these states, their votes end up causing delegates to be bound to candidates, and those delegates will have to vote for those candidates on the floor.

This terrible error in judgment coupled with Clinton's arrogant and dishonest claims shows she can't be trusted with the presidency.

Election fraud is a real and persistent threat to our electoral system.

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