WASHINGTON (AP) — The head of the Republican Party says no negative vibes should be inferred from the GOP's inability, so far, to coalesce around a candidate to challenge President Barack Obama.
Reince Priebus (ryns PREE'-bus) tells ABC's "Good Morning America" it's very early, calling it "a horse race."
He adds, "We'll get there and we'll have a nominee pretty quickly." Asked if the muddled contest might be problematical, Priebus replies, "I don't know if I would get too uptight over that."
Priebus says he isn't worried about a third-party candidate, saying that would likely pose a greater threat to Obama than the GOP.
The party chairman says, "I just think America is ready to put a person in the White House who can make a promise and keep a promise.:"