ExclusiveRepublican National Committee (RNC) chairperson Rona Maddaniel has said she is confident former President Trump will not start a splitter party.
But pointing to the recent feud in the Republican Party, Kadaniel warned that the GOP would have to “unite” to win the 2022 election, while the party hopes to win a landslide victory in the House and Senate and maintain its advantage over Democrats. Is. In governors and state legislatures.
Top Trump advisers push back on plans for a third party
“I’ve talked to the president (Trump). I’ve talked to other people around the president who talk to him every day. They won’t start a third party,” McDaniel said Tuesday in an interview with Fox News.
Recent national reports suggest that the former president was in discussions with top political advisers about forming a possible third party – possibly. Named ‘The Patriot Party’ – the Trump G.O.P. Will win to compete with.
But Jason Miller, a senior adviser to Trump’s 2020 campaign, told Fox News on Sunday that the former president “made it clear that his goal is for Republicans to win back the House and Senate in 2022.” Miller added that “there is nothing that has been actively planned about outside efforts, but it is perfect if the matter becomes more serious over the Republican senators.”
Republican senators were reportedly warned not to join the Senate Democrats to vote to convict Trump in the upcoming Senate impeachment lawsuit.
Trump has repeatedly called the G.O.P. Has vowed to play an influential role in, threatening to withdraw the primary challenges elected for the Republicans in 2022, who did not support President Biden in his failed push to advance his electoral defeat. Trump is also flirting with the 2024 presidential run to regain and win the White House.
Trump departed the white house when it came to England politics
While politically right-wing extremists and other Trump supporters attack the U.S. Capitol in January with intent to disrupt Biden’s White House congressional credentials – following the then president’s encouragement – recent polls suggest Trump is very popular among Republicans. .
That spirit is reflected in the actions of the GOP members of Congress. Nearly two-thirds of House Republicans – even after a six-hour delay in the congressional joint session after the uprising against the Capitol – objected to certifying the results of the Elect. And 197 House Republicans voted against Trump for impeachment two weeks ago, with only 10 GOP legislators including all 222 Democrats in the vote for impeachment.
Top Trump political adviser Corey Lewandowski – publishing the quarter-billion dollars raised by Trump after the November election earlier this month – told Fox News at the time that fundraising would give him (Trump) the opportunity to target individuals who make Mac America Great in 2022. Again does not support the agenda, and that includes Republicans. “
“You’ve found someone who is incredibly famous, who has a lot of cash on hand, and who has the opportunity and desire to hold people accountable for their statements and their records and to be with them,” Lewandowski said.
McDonnell told Fox News that Trump was “interested in getting involved in moderation to make sure we get the majority back.”
But asked about Trump’s attacks on Republicans for re-election in 2022 – such as Gov. Brian Kemp of Georgia and Mike Devin of Ohio and Senate Minority Whip Sen. South Dakota’s John Thun-MD Kadaniel replied, “The RNC is neutral in the primaries for a very good reason. Because someone has to go there to pick up the pieces. The party primaries to focus on how we can win the general election.” And help bring it back together. “
And he noted that “even when the president was in office and supported in the primaries across the country, the RNC maintained its neutrality.”
Arizona Gop Sensors Gop Gov. Ducie, Cindy MCN
This past week, the Arizona GOP censored Cindy McCain, the widow of Republican Gov. Doug Ducey, as well as Arizona senior senator and 2008 Republican presidential candidate John McCain. The move comes as the state’s Republican Party president – strong Trump supporter Kelly Ward – was re-elected in part thanks to the former president’s support.
“Kelly and I talked about the resolutions that were coming. Especially with the first draft of the Cindy McCain resolution, I know where I was, she knew, which was just vague language,” Maddaniel told Fox News.
RNC The chairman’s visit comes as the internet as the GOP in the chamber. Wyoming’s Lip Cheney, the third-ranked leader, is facing pressure from the majority House Republicans to step down because of his support for impeachment of Trump.
Trump’s ally in the House is Florida’s Rip.
Getz is aiming at Cheney
“I am coming to our party to talk about Liz Cheney’s failed leadership and her failed advocacy policies,” he told reporters on Monday. “Most members of the Republican Conference do not believe that Liz Cheney speaks for them. Therefore, it is impossible for them to remain as chair of the conference.”
Against this background, McDaniel’s’ Teaching Party Unity.
“I am convinced that as a party we must unite. McDaniel, who was unanimously re-elected chairman of the National Party Committee for another two years earlier this month due to Trump’s support, was followed by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, the top two Republicans in Congress.
MCDNLA is uniquely committed to RNC for another two years. Re-elected to the steer.
“If we continue to attack each other and focus on attacking fellow Republicans, if our party has differences, we are losing sight of 2022. The only way we can win is if we come together,” Kadaniel warned. And recognize that tax cuts, regulatory independence, the rule of law judges, our policies that the American people want to hear, they don’t want to hear about fights within the GOP. “
When the G.O.P. While impressed by Capitol’s storm of brand argument, McDaniel doesn’t believe it will last long.
“We started with the impeachment last year and I don’t think most people will remember it. The news cycles change,” he noted. “I wonder, ‘How will this affect my life?’ People will vote on the basis of no. “
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And she highlighted that the conflicting picture with the Biden administration and congressional Democrats will win the day in 2022.
The RNC chair is in charge, “You are already seeing that Biden is putting forward policies that will bankrupt our country કરશે will already eliminate jobs in key states,” the RNC chair is in charge. “From a policy perspective we will be able to get a contradiction between what we did next and what the office fee is. I think we have a good shot and we will win that majority in 2022.”