RNC Chair Reince Priebus repeatedly warned this week that if networks show biographies of Hillary Clinton, his party would not go to their primary debates. He said Sunday his boycott would not extend to Fox News Channel.
The treasurer for the super PAC that posted a "Slap Hillary" game, has parted ways with the group. A PAC spokesman told ThinkProgress this came after pressure from Ken Cuccinelli's campaign (R-VA), which feared it appear to be “another example of Cuccinelli’s backward view" on women.
The Hillary Project, a super PAC that calls itself the “only thing standing between” Hillary Clinton and the White House, has posted a video game in which players are encouraged to slap Clinton across her face. Its treasurer has ties to several prominent GOP officeholders.
RNC Chair Reince Priebus has threatened to pull Republican primary debates from NBC and CNN if they don't drop planned Hillary Clinton projects. He's not necessarily right to be scared of the results. But if I were him, I'd want to minimize those debates anyway.