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President Trump’s Pick For Next RNC Chair REVEALED?


Official portrait of President Donald J. Trump, Friday, October 6, 2017. (Official White House photo by Shealah Craighead)

As current RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel steps down from the helm of the RNC, new names are being floated as possible alternatives.

President Trump is reportedly recommending North Carolina GOP Chair Michael Whatley to be a potential replacement for McDaniel.

Whatley has long been an ally of the 45th President and has been a stalwart proponent of the truth regarding the 2020 election.

Although Whatley’s name is being widely reported as being President Trump’s pick for RNC Chair, it is not guaranteed that he will become the next head of the Republican National Convention.

Talk Radio Host Jennifer Kerns claimed: “I’ve got it on good authority Ronna McDaniel is OUT as RNC Chair effective February 25th — and that President Trump intends to replace her with RNC Legal Counsel Michael Whatley. Trump’s reported pick of RNC General Counsel signals Trump is taking the legal fight to the Democrats.”

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According to Fox News:

A source familiar told Fox News Digital that there will be “a change” in leadership at the Republican National Committee after the Feb. 24 South Carolina Primary.

The source told Fox News Digital that Trump is pushing for Whatley to replace McDaniel — specifically because he was “so powerful on election fraud” in 2020.

Vince Manfeld presented a list of basic facts about Whatley: “Previous work with Team Trump, Chair of North Carolina GOP, General Counsel of the RNC (lawyer), Master’s degree in theology, originally from Appalachian North Carolina.”

Daily Caller had more on Whatley:

Whatley was elected as state party chairman in June 2019, where he received over 50% support against former Lee County Commissioner Jim Womack, according to The Charlotte Observer.

The chairman-elect pledged for a party “reset” ahead of the 2020 election, where he vowed to help re-elect Trump and keep the Senate seat now held by Ted Budd in Republican hands.



 

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