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Ronna McDaniel Reverses Course, Suggests She’s Not Stepping Down

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Ronna McDaniel, the Republican National Committee Chairwoman, has refuted rumors of her resignation in a leaked email.

Amid speculation, she emphasized her commitment to the party’s success, detailed the RNC’s efforts for the upcoming elections, and addressed reports suggesting her departure.

“Rumors to the contrary are simply not true. Nothing has changed,” McDaniel said. “I am still hard at work as RNC Chairwoman and building a machine that will elect Republicans up and down the ballot in November.”

“I am currently on the road fundraising, we’re staffing up with staff on the ground in 15 states,” McDaniel said.

The New York Times reported that McDaniel might resign after the South Carolina Republican primary, with potential support for Michael Whatley as her replacement.

Despite pressure and calls for her resignation, McDaniel expressed gratitude for the Committee’s support and reaffirmed her dedication to their work.

“I want to thank you for your outpouring messages of support, I am proud of this Committee and our work together over the past several cycles. I know you all are working diligently in your states alongside state, local, and grassroots leaders towards victory this fall,” McDaniel wrote in a leaked email.

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