RNC Chair Resigns in Disgrace: Trump Eyes New Power Duo for GOP Comeback

It’s a bombshell in the Republican world as Ronna McDaniel, the chair of the Republican National Committee, has officially thrown in the towel and announced her resignation, set to take effect on March 8. This news has sent shockwaves through the conservative community, but many are not surprised given McDaniel’s rocky tenure.

Ever since the GOP’s anticipated “red wave” failed to materialize in late 2022, McDaniel has been skating on thin ice. Reports from RedState have exposed her lavish spending habits, with donor dollars going towards private jets, limos, and even Broadway tickets. It’s no wonder that grassroots Republicans were feeling the burn of McDaniel’s reckless financial management.

Furthermore, McDaniel’s lackluster fundraising efforts and the party’s losses in key elections only added fuel to the fire. The final nail in the coffin came when it was revealed that she continued to splurge on luxury items like limos and floral arrangements, while neglecting crucial investments in voter outreach. It’s no wonder that even former President Trump himself called for a change at the RNC.

In a surprising turn of events, Trump has thrown his support behind Michael Whatley, the chair of the NCGOP, to take over McDaniel’s position. And to spice things up, Lara Trump, Trump’s daughter-in-law, is being considered for the co-chair role. With Whatley likely to clinch the top spot, the stage is set for a new era at the RNC.

Written by Staff Reports

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