RNC’s McDaniel Said she would support any 2024 GOP nominee including Trump
Ronna McDaniel, chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, said on CNN’s State of the Union that she would back whichever Republican nominee the voters chose for 2024. McDaniel stated that she will support the voters and who they choose as the nominee, She also mentioned that if she was RNC chair she wouldn’t back the Republican nominee, she would also be out of the job in short order.
The correct action would be to remove her. It would become official policy, and she’d be cleared to continue serving as RNC chair. A true candidate for the Republican National Committee should be able to say that they will support the will of the voters and the eventual nominee of their party before being allowed to participate in a debate.
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She continued by saying she thinks that they support the voters. The decision is up to the voters. Any candidate participating in the Republican National Committee primaries or the Republican National Committee debate should pledge their support for the eventual nominee if the voters choose that person. She also said that she is the niece of Mitt Romney, and Trump appointed her to the Republican National Committee.
If either of them were our party’s nominee instead of Joe Biden, She’d vote for them. On the other hand, she can’t say for sure that they’d back each other up. It is imperative that we unite as a group. Many close races this cycle ended with Republicans refusing to back other Republicans. We will lose in 2024 if we don’t do something about this division within our party and start working together. And she will do everything in her power to ensure that the party unites.