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“The name-calling has got to stop from everywhere,” Priebus told host John Catsimatidis on “The Cats Roundtable” on New York’s AM 970.

“It doesn’t get us closer to beating Hillary Clinton,” he said of the Democratic front-runner.

Priebus argued on Sunday the RNC is remaining neutral in the GOP race.

“When there are that many people running, our role at the RNC is to remain neutral,” he said.

“It’s also not our role to get too far in the weeds calling balls and strikes and commenting on every comment,” Priebus said.

“We just want our folks to concentrate on what they should do to make our country better,” he added.