Apple reportedly declines to support GOP convention over Trump - SiliconBeat

Apple is drawing a line in the sand when it comes to supporting the Republican's presidential convention this year because of controversial remarks made by Donald Trump. Politico, citing two unnamed sources familiar with Apple's plans, reported on ...

Corporate sponsors keep their distance from Republican convention - MSNBC

Initially, the Republican National Convention's corporate sponsors steered clear because they feared possible violence. Donald Trump personally raised the prospect of “riots” at the party's gathering, and as we discussed in March, no corporation wants ...

First Read: Why a GOP Rebellion Against Trump Is Probably Doomed - NBCNews.com

First Read is a morning briefing from Meet the Press and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter. Why a GOP rebellion against Trump is likely to fail. With the GOP convention now less than a month away ...

Apple Says No to GOP Convention Over Trump - The Mac Observer

Apple won't provide any funding or support to the Republican presidential convention because of Donald Trump's negatively charged position on women, minorities, and immigrants. Other tech companies are staying out of this year's event, too, and some ...

Dump Trump? Paul Ryan leaves door open to Republican convention revolt - The Guardian

Paul Ryan pauses while talking to reporters on Capitol Hill in Washington this week. Photograph: J. Scott Applewhite/AP. Donald Trump. Dump Trump? Paul Ryan leaves door open to Republican convention revolt. Speaker of House says delegates 'write the ...

Trump supporters are calling for an Apple boycott because it won't fund the Republican convention - Business Insider

Apple is declining to support the 2016 Republican presidential convention, Politico and the New York Times reported over the weekend. This means that Apple isn't donating any technology or cash to the event that will name Donald Trump the Republican ...

Why Paul Ryan Can't Quit Donald Trump - New Republic

The fact that House Speaker Paul Ryan will not rescind his support for a candidate he has called “racist” clashes badly with the image of Ryan the press has helped create. When Chuck Todd interviewed Ryan on Sunday's Meet the Press, he sounded ...

Apple Pulls Its Support for the GOP Convention Over Trump - Vanity Fair

One of the world's most valuable tech companies is drawing the line. In contrast to its peers Google, Microsoft, and Facebook, Apple won't support or fund the 2016 G.O.P convention in Cleveland next month, Politico reports. Not surprisingly, the ...

Dump Trumpers Think They Need Just 57 Votes To Win - Huffington Post

Anti-Trump Republican delegates want a “conscience” clause as an out from any obligation to vote for him. By S.V. Date. Nancy Wiechec / Reuters. Republican delegates who are against a Donald Trump nomination have a new plan.

Apple Is One Tech Giant That Will Be Sitting Out Trump's Republican Convention - Fortune

In 2008, the Democratic and Republican conventions each got about $140,000 in MacBooks and other technology from Apple. And four years later, the tech giant again lent gear to both conventions. But this election cycle, Apple is reportedly sitting out ...

What would it take for the GOP to dump Trump? - The Week Magazine

None of the hateful or idiotic words that have spewed forth from Donald Trump have spurred the GOP to dump their presumptive presidential nominee. Nor have Trump's policy ideas been a disqualifier — despite many of those ideas being contrary to ...

Anti-Trump delegate faction says it's raising cash, faces long odds - CNN

(CNN) A faction of Republicans is pinning a last-ditch effort to stop Donald Trump on a long-shot rules change at the national convention. Sunday night, GOP operatives trying to drum up an anti-Trump coalition held their second conference call in five ...

Anti-Trump Republican Delegates Allege 'Intimidation' by Party Leaders - NBCNews.com

Republicans in multiple states complained Sunday night of "intimidation" tactics from party leaders who they said seemed aimed at preventing a revolt against presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump at the party's convention next month. A North ...

Anti-Trump delegates raising money for staff and a legal defense fund - Washington Post

Supporters of a growing anti-Donald Trump movement announced plans Sunday to raise money for staff and a possible legal defense fund as they asked recruits to help spread the word with less than a month until the Republican National Convention.

1000 People Dial in to Conference Call to Unbind GOP Delegates - ABC News

It's not over until it's over -- at least, that's what some Republican delegates are saying. Organizers say more than 1,000 people, including GOP delegates, alternates and other supporters, dialed in for a conference call on Sunday night to hammer out ...

Sorry, Trump: The Delegates Actually Do Have the Authority to Dump You - Daily Beast

The presumptive GOP nominee says any nascent movement to organize the delegates to stop him at the Republican National Convention this summer is illegal. That claim rates Mostly False. PunditFact.com. 06.19.16 6:35 PM ET. By Linda Qiu and Lauren ...

Apple Withholds Republican Convention Donations Over Trump Politics - Mac Rumors

Donald-Trump Apple has informed Republican leaders it will not be supporting the party's 2016 presidential convention in Cleveland next month, according to sources who spoke to Politico today. The decision is reportedly due to comments made by ...

Donald Trump Still Hasn't Started His General Election Campaign - Huffington Post

Despite securing the GOP nomination more than a month ago, Trump appears to have no general election strategy. By Marina Fang. 1k. 140. More than six weeks after he became the presumptive GOP presidential nominee, Donald Trump is continuing to ...

Did Donald Trump self-fund his way to the Republican nomination? Not exactly - CNN

(CNN) Before and after becoming the presumptive Republican nominee, Donald Trump has boasted repeatedly about paying for his campaign himself and eschewing traditional finance models of presidential campaigns. "I don't need anybody's money," ...

Apple, Uneasy Over Donald Trump, Won't Support Republican Convention - New York Times

Apple's chief executive, Tim Cook, has been a frequent target of Mr. Trump's. Credit Andrew Burton/Getty Images. The tech giant Apple will withhold its support from the Republican National Convention in July because of its discomfort with comments by ...