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It was certain to happen and was fully expected. GOP brand loyalty, regardless of lack of truth in their candidates utterances, is expected by the republican brass. The action dis-inviting the National Review as debate partner by the RNC ought to raise everyone's eyebrows. The National Review article, as well as the supporting views of the many contributing articles, are spot on. Real conservatives will not support Donald Trump.
The Republican National Committee has disinvited National Review from a presidential debate partnership following the release of an edition devoted to taking down Donald Trump, the conservative magazine reported late Thursday.
Jack Fowler, publisher of National Review, outlined the RNC’s rationale in a piece published on the magazine’s website.
“The reason,” he wrote, explaining the RNC’s stance: “Our ‘Against Trump’ editorial and symposium. We expected this was coming. Small price to pay for speaking the truth about The Donald.”
The real estate magnate and frontrunner in national Republican presidential polling slammed the edition on its release in a series of tweets.
National Review agreed to partner with NBC for the Republican debate scheduled for Feb. 26 in Houston, Texas. Shortly after, the partnership for the pre-Super Tuesday debate was suspended and the RNC selected CNN as its replacement, according to Fowler’s report.
The debate was rescheduled for Feb. 25 and set to feature National Review alongside Salem Radio and Telemundo as partners.