Ron Nehring

Republican strategist

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Former chair of the California Republican Party; National Spokesman and California Chairman for Ted Cruz's 2016 presidential campaign

Ron Nehring on KCRW

Reporters are being heckled at Trump rallies by supporters who say Trump will win in a landslide and openly talk about violence and “revolution” if he doesn’t. Yesterday, Mike Pence…

The Trump campaign and democracy's future

Reporters are being heckled at Trump rallies by supporters who say Trump will win in a landslide and openly talk about violence and “revolution” if he doesn’t. Yesterday, Mike Pence…

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