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HUGE – Ronna McDaniel Resigning As RNC Chair

On Feb. 12, President Donald J. Trump endorsed Michael Whatley, chairman of the North Carolina Republican Party, to succeed Ronna McDaniel as RNC chair and his daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, to become the co-chair.

McDaniel was born Ronna Romney on March 20, 1973, in Austin, Texas. The third of five children born to Ronna Stern Romney and Scott Romney, the older brother of Mitt Romney, McDaniel is a granddaughter of three-term Michigan Governor George W. Romney.

In a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Thursday, Lara Trump indicated that she would continue early voting efforts and election integrity during her co-chairmanship.

On Monday Ronna McDaniel announced she will resign as the chair of the Republican National Committee (RNC), according to multiple reports.

McDaniel assumed the chairmanship of the RNC in 2017 with the support of former President Donald Trump, though her leadership has been criticized for a series of electoral losses for the Republican Party. McDaniel said on Monday that she would step down on March 8.

“I have decided to step aside at our Spring Training on March 8 in Houston to allow our nominee to select a Chair of their choosing,” McDaniel wrote in a statement reported by NBC News.

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“The RNC has historically undergone change once we have a nominee and it has always been my intention to honor that tradition.”

“I’m honored to have had the privilege to serve as RNC Co-Chair for this past year, as well as to have worked with so many grassroots leaders to help make our party successful. It’s what drives me,” McKissick said. “And of course being willing to put self aside for the sake of building a team and focusing on winning is a big part of being successful.”

The announcement by McDaniel followed weeks of speculation and came a week after former President Donald Trump — the party’s clear front-runner for the 2024 nomination and a former staunch ally of McDaniel— suggested it was time for change at the RNC.

The GOP front-runner said during an appearance on Newsmax whether McDaniel should step down after three straight election cycles of Republican underperformance.

“I think she knows that, I think she understands that,” Trump responded. “As far as me, as far as I’m concerned … almost 100% of the Republicans I endorse win. In the midterms, out of 253 endorsements, I won 222 races.”

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