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Trump Backs New RNC Chair

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Former President Donald Trump announced his recommendations for changes within the Republican National Committee, proposing leadership positions for North Carolina GOP chair Michael Whatley, daughter-in-law Lara Trump, and campaign senior adviser Chris LaCivita.

Trump has been increasingly pushing to exert control and install loyalists at the national party committee.

He officially announced his belief that Whatley should be the RNC’s next leader.

“Michael has been with me from the beginning, has done a great job in his home state of North Carolina, and is committed to election integrity, which we must have to keep fraud out of our election, so it can’t be stolen,” Trump said.

Trump’s move comes as he seeks to win back his old job in the White House, expressing the importance of the RNC being a good partner during the election.

Along with Whatley, Trump announced plans for Lara Trump to run as co-chair of the RNC and hopes to influence the appointment of Chris LaCivita as the chief operating officer.

Trump is looking to ensure fair and transparent elections across the country and win the 2024 election.

“Lara is an extremely talented communicator and is dedicated to all that MAGA stands for,” he said. “She has told me she wants to accept this challenge and would be GREAT!”

“Chris will manage the RNC’s day-to-day operations, so it will become a fighting machine for 2024 and use all the tools available to win for the American people,” Trump said.

“That means helping to ensure fair and transparent elections across the country, getting out the vote everywhere – even in parts of the country where it won’t be easy – and working with my campaign, as the Republican presumptive nominee for President, to win this election and MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN,” Trump said.

“I think she did OK, initially, in the RNC. I would say right now, there’ll probably be some changes made,” he said.

This announcement has stirred reactions from various figures within the party, reflecting the ongoing power dynamics and strategic maneuvering within the Republican Party.

“Trump just announced he is rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic. Under Donald Trump and current RNC leadership, Republicans lost elections in 2018, 2020, and 2022, and now the RNC is effectively bankrupt,” Nikki Haley’s campaign manager Betsy Ankney stated. “Nikki Haley’s plan for the RNC? Blow it all up.”

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