The Republican National Committee on Saturday halted production of their "Victory" project that is devoted to ensuring party nominee Donald Trump wins the White House in November, Politico reports.
The latest revelation comes amid continued fallout following lewd audio of Trump from 2005 being published by the Washington Post on Friday.
According to Politico, the RNC sent one of the vendors tasked with producing mail items for the project an email asking them to immediately halt production of any items.
In an email from the RNC to a victory program mail vendor, with the subject line “Hold on all projects,” the committee asked the vendor to “put a hold” on mail production.
“Please put a hold/stop on all mail projects right now. If something is in production or print it needs to stop. Will update you when to proceed,” Lauren Toomey, a staffer in the RNC’s political department, wrote in an email that was obtained by POLITICO.
In addition, Trump's name has been pulled off the phone banking scripts for recruitment and absentee ballot requests, according to a reporter with NBC News' Chicago affiliate, WMAQ-TV.
RNC Official: @realDonaldTrump has been taken off the Phone Call scripts for recruitment and Absentee Ballot requests— Mary Ann Ahern (@MaryAnnAhernNBC) October 8, 2016
It is not immediately clear if the stoppage is temporary or permanent.
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