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Republicans Lose Their Top Leader

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Following the conclusion of the Super Tuesday primaries on March 5, Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel has formally announced her decision to step down from her position, responding to a request made by former President Trump several weeks ago.

The decision comes amid recent recommendations from Trump regarding leadership changes within the RNC. Trump has suggested North Carolina GOP chair Michael Whatley as a potential replacement for the chairmanship, along with proposing roles for his daughter-in-law Lara Trump and campaign senior adviser Chris LaCivita in the party’s leadership.

In a statement addressing her resignation, McDaniel expressed gratitude for the opportunity to serve the Republican National Committee over the past seven years, emphasizing her dedication to electing Republicans and expanding the party’s influence. She announced her intention to step aside during the Spring Training scheduled for March 8 in Houston, allowing the party’s nominee to select a new chairperson in accordance with tradition.

McDaniel reiterated her commitment to the party’s objectives of regaining the White House and securing victories for Republican candidates in the upcoming November elections. She extended her appreciation to her family, husband, and the dedicated staff at the RNC for their support and contributions during her tenure.

As Trump advances in his bid for the Republican presidential nomination, he has intensified his push for reforms and fresh leadership within the GOP’s national committee. A meeting between Trump and McDaniel at his Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, Florida, in early February preceded this decision.

Trump, acknowledging McDaniel as a “friend” in a post on his Truth Social platform following their meeting, outlined his intention to advocate for changes within the RNC following the South Carolina GOP presidential primary on February 24.

McDaniel’s nomination by Trump shortly after his victory in the 2016 presidential election marked the beginning of her tenure, which saw her re-elected in 2019, 2021, and most recently in January of the previous year.