Shocking Twist: RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel’s Possible Resignation Shakes Up GOP – Trump’s Next Move Revealed

Dive into the political turmoil as RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel contemplates stepping down after the South Carolina primary. Uncover the behind-the-scenes drama and explore Donald Trump’s role in shaping the GOP’s future.

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Ronna McDaniel to step down as Republican National Committee (RNC) head.

Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel is contemplating stepping down following the South Carolina Republican primary. During a meeting with Donald Trump at his Florida Mar-a-Lago estate on Monday, she expressed her commitment to doing what’s best for the party, even if it means resigning. Despite discussions, no concrete departure plan was confirmed.

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Trump suggested McDaniel’s exit, acknowledging her past success in managing Michigan but hinting at potential changes within the RNC. McDaniel, appointed by Trump in 2017, faced mounting pressure due to the party’s recent electoral setbacks and lackluster fundraising.

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In an interview with Newsmax, Trump acknowledged the challenges, stating that McDaniel likely understood the need for change. The RNC struggled in 2023, raising $87.2 million compared to the Democratic National Committee’s $119 million, with a meager $8 million left in the bank and $1 million in debt.

Despite Trump’s historically close ties with McDaniel, their relationship reportedly soured when she refused to cancel TV debates featuring potential challengers within the party. Trump, referring to McDaniel as a “friend,” announced on Truth Social that he would make recommendations for the RNC post-South Carolina primary.

Both Trump and McDaniel plan to discuss the situation after the 24th February vote. McDaniel, re-elected as RNC chair in 2023, has roots in Michigan politics, having led the state’s RNC during Trump’s narrow 2016 victory. Notably, she is the niece of Republican Senator Mitt Romney, and her mother, Ronna Romney, ran unsuccessfully for Senate in 1996.

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