Ronna Romney McDaniel just opened the door for Donald Trump to finally save the Republican Party from the ruling class elites

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The elites who control the Republican National Committee have been failing working class Americans for decades now.

Just because they put an “R” beside their name doesn’t mean they’re any different than Democrats.

And Ronna Romney McDaniel just opened the door for Donald Trump to finally save the Republican Party from the ruling class elites.

The GOP has become a “party of losers”

Following the 2016 election, former President Donald Trump endorsed and paved the way for Ronna Romney McDaniel – anti-Trump Senator Mitt Romney’s (RINO-UT) niece – to lead the Republican National Committee. 

“I’m excited to have a highly effective leader in Ronna McDaniel as RNC deputy chair and I look forward to her serving as the party’s chairman in 2017,” Trump said at the time. 

“Ronna has been extremely loyal to our movement and her efforts were critical to our tremendous victory in Michigan, and I know she will bring the same passion to the Republican National Committee,” he continued. 

But unsurprisingly, McDaniel proved repeatedly that her loyalty lies with Uncle Mitt and the rest of the ruling class elites – not with the working class Americans who make up the Republican base.

In a Republican Presidential Primary debate this past fall, Vivek Ramaswamy said that McDaniel had turned the GOP into a “party of losers,” and said that the Party’s leadership needed to face “accountability” for their failures. 

Now, it seems that dream may finally be coming true.

McDaniel finally breaks the news to Republican voters

Rumors began to circulate earlier this month that McDaniel would resign following the recent South Carolina Primary. 

But the RNC chair rejected the claims at the time, saying that she was still considering her future.

Now, McDaniel has finally pulled the trigger. 

“I have decided to step aside at our Spring Training on March 8 in Houston,” she said in a statement earlier this week. 

“It has been the honor and privilege of my life to serve the Republican National Committee for seven years as Chairwoman to elect Republicans and grow our party,” she added. 

McDaniel cited “firing Nancy Pelosi, winning the popular vote in 2022, creating an Election Integrity Department, building the committee’s first small dollar grassroots donor program, [and] strengthening our state parties” as her “proudest” achievements as the chair.

But it is time for her to step down as RNC chair, and this is what she says will happen next.

Trump could “select a Chair” following Super Tuesday

“The RNC has historically undergone change once we have a nominee and it has always been my intention to honor that tradition,” she said ahead of the Super Tuesday primaries next week. 

That is why she’s ready to “step aside” on March 8 “to allow our nominee to select a Chair of their choosing.”

Trump has been the presumptive Republican Presidential nominee for months now, and at this point, that is incredibly unlikely to change on Super Tuesday. 

The former President completely embarrassed his former UN Ambassador, Nikki Haley, in her home state of South Carolina last weekend, winning by a 20-point margin. 

And he’s leading the Republican Party with over 76% support ahead of Super Tuesday.

Trump has previously stated his intention to endorse North Carolina GOP Chairman Michael Whatley – whose track record leading the notoriously establishment-controlled NCGOP isn’t exactly anything to write home about – to lead the RNC going into the 2024 election with his daughter-in-law, Lara, serving as co-chair. 

The RNC is headed for big changes, and they will all be guided by Donald Trump.

US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.