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Michael Steele

It is Sunday, June 19, 2022 at Coastal Hospice-Stansell House in Ocean Pines and the ‘real’ Michael Steele, 74, (formerly of Jamaica, Queens, New York, and southeastern Pennsylvania) has left the building. Among many other wonderful things, he was the perfect partner for Sharon Dorsey of Ocean Pines,...
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MSNBC

Michael Steele: It ‘doesn’t matter’ if Trump-endorsed candidates lose. ‘Even a loss is a win.’

With Republican primaries in West Virginia and Nebraska underway, Michael Steele, Chuck Todd, Kimberly Atkins Stohr, Mark Murray, and Vaughn Hillyard join Andrea Mitchell to discuss this latest test of Trump’s influence over the Republican Party through his endorsements. “It doesn't matter whether they win or lose. He doesn't like the stain of a loss, but even a loss is a win for him,” says Steele. “He's got these candidates groveling to him. You know, Mooney crosses state lines just to be on the stage with Donald Trump in Pennsylvania,” Steele explains. “The establishment still has no clue what to do, so they capitulate and buckle. So where does Trump lose in any of this?” May 10, 2022.
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Santa Barbara Independent

Michael Steele, Former Republican National Committee Chair, Lowers Boom on GOP Leadership

In a short lecture and Q&A session on Thursday at UC Santa Barbara’s Campbell Hall, former Republican National Committee (RNC) chair Michael Steele criticized his party’s leadership and called for wide-ranging electoral reforms. Steele, who can appear affable even as he excoriates or exhorts, specifically called out House Republicans as a definitive example of why change was needed. “Just look at everybody who voted to keep Donald Trump in power after they knew what he did [in the January 6 insurrection],” he exclaimed. “Just look at [House Minority Leader] Kevin McCarthy saying he knew it was Trump’s fault. There is no reason in this earth that this man should be reelected and become the next Speaker of the House … but he most definitely will.”
SANTA BARBARA, CA
syr.edu

Michael Steele, Former Republican National Committee Chair, to Deliver 2022 Borgognoni Lecture April 4

Can religious faith be compatible with public service? Should it be embraced, or feared?. To consider these questions, faculty, students and staff, along with the Central New York community, are invited to this year’s Borgognoni Lecture with speaker Michael Steele on Monday, April 4. The event, which is free and open to the public, will be held at 7 p.m. in the K.G. Tan Auditorium, National Veterans Resource Center at the Daniel and Gayle D’Aniello Building.
SYRACUSE, NY
nprnsb.org

UCSB Arts & Lectures presents MSNBC Political Analyst and Former Republican National Committee Chair, Michael Steele on The Political Scene According to Steele Thursday, April 21st at 7:30 p.m. Pacific at Campbell Hall

UCSB Arts & Lectures presents MSNBC political analyst and former Republican National Committee chair Michael Steele, The Political Scene According to Steele. Elected Lt. Governor of Maryland in 2003, Michael Steele made history as the first African American elected to statewide office; and again with his subsequent chairmanship of the Republican National Committee in 2009.
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Evening Star

Omnibus tickets for Michael Steele now available

FORT WAYNE — Tickets for “The Political Scene According to Steele” by Michael Steele, Purdue University Fort Wayne’s next presenter in its 2021–22 Omnibus Speaker Series, now are available on campus. Steele will appear Thursday, Feb. 17, in Rhinehart Music Center’s 1,500-seat Auer Performance Hall...
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Verbatim: Michael Steele tickets on sale today, Lewinsky rescheduled

FORT WAYNE, Ind. – Tickets for “The Political Scene According to Steele” by Michael Steele, Purdue University Fort Wayne's next presenter in its 2021–22 Omnibus Speaker Series, will be available on campus beginning at 1:30 p.m. today. Steele will appear Thursday, Feb. 17, in Rhinehart Music...
FORT WAYNE, IN
MSNBC

Michael Steele reflects on Jan. 6th one year later

As we near the first-year anniversary of the insurrection, what has changed over the past year? Will we ever be able to hold everyone accountable for their actions on that day? Former RNC chair Michael Steele weighs in.Jan. 6, 2022.
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Michael Steele decides not to run for Md. governor

This content was republished with permission from WTOP’s news partners at Maryland Matters. Sign up for Maryland Matters’ free email subscription today. Former Maryland Lt. Gov. Michael Steele, a nationally prominent Republican critic of former President Donald Trump, has decided not to enter the race for governor next year.
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Washington Post

Michael Steele decides not to enter the crowded race for Maryland governor

Michael Steele, a former Maryland lieutenant governor and former Republican National Committee chairman, will not make a bid for Maryland governor after flirting with the idea for months. Steele said Monday that he decided against a bid after having a heart-to-heart conversation with his family over the past several weeks.
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Former Maryland Lt. Gov. and Republican MSNBC commentator Michael Steele won’t run for governor

Former Lt. Gov. Michael Steele said Monday that he won’t run for Maryland governor, but will remain part of the national political conversation and wants to see the GOP better define what it stands for. “I made the decision to stand down this round,” said Steele, a Republican commentator on MSNBC and ardent critic of former President Donald Trump, also a Republican. “It’s not something the ...
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WBAL Radio

Former Lt. Gov. Michael Steele will not run for governor

Former Lt. Gov. Michael Steele announced that he will not seek the Republican nomination for governor of Maryland, after months of deliberations. "I decided not to get into the race at this time," Steele said. "Despite my own personal desires to want to do it and bring something to offer to Marylanders I had a lot of family considerations to take into account. At the end of the day, as much as service is a big priority for me, my family is a bigger priority."
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