Mr. Kovner argued that the Republican National Committee should shift its attention to candidates who reflected its core values, like free markets and limited government. “I hope the R.N.C. sticks to candidates who articulate these principles!” he said.
Outrage among the party’s largest financiers over Mr. Trump’s behavior has also stirred questions about the leadership of Reince Priebus, the national committee’s chairman, who has remained loyal to Mr. Trump even as dozens of Republican elected officials have abandoned his candidacy. Mr. Priebus to...
12:37 Trump team eyes proposed new non-nuclear sanctions on Iran: FT12
20:54 Conflict rules hardly the same for president, others11
13:47 Trump’s new Treasury, Commerce nominees say no ‘absolute’ tax cut for the wealthy, predict faster economic growth11
23:45 From enemies to potential allies: How the Trump-Romney divide began to heal12