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Steele Blasts Priebus For Betrayal: 'I Know Exactly How Caesar Felt'


In some good news for bloggers everywhere, Steele said he wants to stay in politics, declaring that "I'm not a quitter. I believe in the fight":

"I don't want to belong in a party that stays in its comfort zone," he continues. "The comfort zone is [saying] we can only play here, with this type of person. The comfort zone is standing at the door with a checklist to see who is and is not a good Republican or a good conservative."

He's hopes to keep moving, and to continue playing a role in Republican politics. "Doin' some TV here and there...[as well] there's a presidential cycle coming up. I plan to play in that a little bit. Maybe a lot."