RNC will not back Trump if he runs again in 2024 primary


 

Nope. In an apparent rush to make sure that a new political party is born, our gal Ronna, the chair of the RNC says not going to do it. Will stay neutral. Oh, but by the way, she sure wants Trump to help us in 2022 getting back the House. Who knows, maybe even the Senate.

Of course, its all about the bucks. Rona is afraid the big fat PAC monies won’t find their way into the GOP coffers. You know, we need more RINO’s.

A granddaughter of Michigan Governor and businessman George W. Romney and niece of U.S. Senator Mitt Romney, as RNC Chair, she has been known for her prolific fundraising. It is said she is a major supporter of Trump.

The past four years under Rona’s stewardship we have lost the House, Senate and the Presidency. Trump picked her it is said, and she was re-elected in January. Sure, the RNC is suppose to stay neutral, but why not remain mute until the dust settles while Trump is under major attack with the upcoming impeachment??? Why agitate all those red MAGA hat wearers?

 

 

The Republican National Committee (RNC) will not back former President Trump if he chooses to run for office again in 2024 and will instead remain neutral, RNC chair Ronna McDaniel indicated in a Wednesday interview with the Associated Press.

“The party has to stay neutral. I’m not telling anybody to run or not to run in 2024,” McDaniel said, walking the fine line as polls continue to indicate that a sizeable portion of the GOP base continues to back and support the former president.

“That’s going to be up to those candidates going forward. What I really do want to see him do, though, is help us win back majorities in 2022,” she told the outlet.

Jason Miller, 2020 senior adviser to the Trump campaign, stated that Trump is committed to that goal.

He said Trump “made clear his goal is to win back the House and Senate for Republicans in 2022” despite rumors of the former president planning to forge a party outside of the Republican Party.

“There’s nothing that’s actively being planned regarding an effort outside of that,” he added.

This is the best of the swamp today..

31 Responses to “RNC will not back Trump if he runs again in 2024 primary”

  1. Steve Dennis Says:

    Why would she even bother to say anything on this issue right now? I guess she is sending Trump a warning to let him know the Republicans want to go back to business as usual with an establishment guy. But I think you are right, this will do nothing but ensure a Trump third party if he is still interested and that would mean four years of Harris.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Just another establishment clone….. As Peter said, they should be more worried about making sure of honest elections…

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    • Ed Bonderenka Says:

      Because if Trump isn’t going to run (and who would blame him?) then this would encourage others to begin their efforts to run, which they need to do now.
      Matt Gaetz, Jim Jordan, Mike Pompeo, somebody has to prep now.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Ed.. it seems to me the body is still warm to start on 2024. It appears a bit disrespectful to me as the next round of impeachment starts. But then, the GOP was never known for having all of their oars in the water at one time and able to pull together. Just one person’s thought.

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      • Ed Bonderenka Says:

        I could be wrong, but it’s been my impression for a number of years now that the next campaign starts immediately after the last election cycle.
        This particular Romney is partially responsible for us gaining seats in the house when we were supposed to lose them.
        Along with multiple state government gains.

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  2. Bill Heffner Says:

    I don’t do tweeting, and I’m looking at that tweet and it confirms for me that I don’t want to. It says the same phrase three times. Once above the picture and twice, in two different fonts, below the picture. Assuming that the phrase was worth saying at all (an maybe this one was, I make no judgement) is any 140-character statement worth repeating three times?

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I hope you got the message Bill… LOL. Actually the RNC will not back Trump if he runs again in the 2024 primary !!! 🙂

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      • Bill Heffner Says:

        Yeah, I got the message. I can’t decide who to vote for without the Republican party telling me which box to check, because I have been taught not to think for myself but only to think, and do, whatever I am told. I will wait and see who the Party tells me to vote for. (Sarcasm, in case you don’t know me.)

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      • bunkerville Says:

        Bill… I was worried that you might not realize I was trying to be sarcastic as well…. wash, rinse repeat!! Good 🙂

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    • peter3nj Says:

      Off Topic:
      My six soon to be seven year old grandson attends class at the local YMCA since his school is shut down to live classroom learning. Now the bad news: Parents learned yesterday that one of the students was exposed to someone with Covid at home outside of the classroom so now all the Y classrooms are closed for two weeks. Luckily for my grandson my son is a highly educated special ed and music therapist teacher and my daughter in law is an art therapist in the same private school, both professional and patient so my grandson’s classroom activity carries on at home in the best case scenario. Most students are not so lucky. (PS My grandson is not a special ed student)
      Given the strength of the teachers unions in the democrat run state of NJ the insanity will not end anytime soon.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        Lucky Grandson….this school business just might cause a rise to “critical mass.” Especially since Biden has come out in favor of the unions….there is a tipping point somewhere.. I would assume soon.

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  3. Mustang Says:

    Well, you know, politics is much like a country club; not just anyone can join. Trump was and remains an outsider, and you have to think that for every rogue outsider, like Trump, there is one less place at the table for those who really belong. So this doesn’t surprise me.

    There was another fellow a few years back who was such a pain in the ass to the political machine in New York that backroom deals were made to nominate him as Vice President — just to get him out of the way because, as we all know, Vice President is a go-no-where position. And that’s what happened. Only President McKinley got himself shot, and this bull-in-a-china-shop became president.

    But I think the danger ahead is forming a third party, being touted now as the Patriot Party (easy to hang an extremist label on that one), because in splitting the RNC, Biden (if he’s still alive) is guaranteed another four years. That’s what happened with Roosevelt, too. The Bull Moose Party guaranteed a win for Woodrow Wilson over William Howard Taft. Our reward for that fiasco was that we got to play in World War I and Wilson’s Marxist progressivism was able to take a good chokehold on our society.

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    • peter3nj Says:

      Agreed Mustang but defeating the Democrats who should rename themselves the Globalist Union Party and call themselves The Guppies will never-in my opinion-be defeated by another political party from this country. Once the constitution is gutted it will be a free for all decided out of the barrel of a gun literally not figuratively.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      As I recall it was the Whig party that born in the end the gop party? I am a little rusty and on my iPhone can’t double check. Mustang you have a refresher?

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    • Mustang Says:

      You’re right, of course. The supporters of Washington and Hamilton were initially known as Federalists; Jefferson and his supporters initially called themselves Republicans (Jeffersonian Republicans), later known as Democratic-Republicans.

      The Federalist Party collapsed after the War of 1812, and it was after Andrew Jackson that the Democratic-Republicans started calling themselves Democrats. Those opposing Jackson were known as Whigs — reflecting, I suppose, their conservative views … (conservative at the time, meaning an attachment to the founding principles, or what I choose to call “Classic Liberalism”). In the 1850s, numerous political parties emerged, such as Free Soilers, etc., but then focusing on the Kansas-Nebraska Act, Whigs, Free Soilers, and disgruntled Democrats formed the Grand Old Party — aka Republicans. IMO … it was around this time that nearly every politician began to disregard the Constitution, and leading that charge was Abraham Lincoln. It’s been downhill ever since. Heck, I’m surprised we even continue to refer to it.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        Thanks for the refresher

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      • nrringlee Says:

        Well stated. I was about this time that positivism or scientism replaced classical understandings of reason as a guiding light to all things theological, cultural and political. Folks claiming a ‘new’ understanding of reason discarded the Judeo-Christian understandings of reason and attempted to apply the disciplines of empirical science to problems of human society. Those who continued to believe that we are not an advanced form of pond scum were brushed aside as premodern dolts. We now see the results of casting aside classical thought in favor of collectivism and the other deadly isms.

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  4. nrringlee Says:

    Get beyond the cult of personality and get back to basic issues. Election integrity. Defense of Liberty. Real and not bogus national defense. Law enforcement of legitimate laws. Protecting rather than exploiting the rights of vilified minorities. Robust Federalism. Convention of States. That is how you win. Me too progressive pap is a losing formula.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I agree. So far we cultists seem to be the only game in town. I am all for the cerebral but it’s not doing it. Let the soccer moms hear how their daughters need to shower with boys. Unless born 50 years ago the voters are clueless about of what you speak.

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    • Mustang Says:

      The bar has been lowered now for far too long. After Bush and Obama (and now Biden), you could run an utter imbecile for president, and he’d win … so long as you dress him up nicely and provided that he or she sticks to the script.

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  5. markone1blog Says:

    I will be glad to help primary out all of the representatives and senators who stabbed us in the back over voter fraud. High on my list is Dan Crenshaw. I don’t care how many pro-freedom statements he makes from here on out. He has betrayed us when he had a chance to stand up against voter fraud.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      You and me as well….. That is why I remain in the party.. We are a closed primary and I hope I can help rid us of these old war horses and faux GOPers.

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    • peter3nj Says:

      Whether or not DJT splits the republican vote in 2022 and 2024 there is not a snowballs chance in hell if defeating democrat fraud machine which by then will be fine tuned. Hopefully the good guys/gals in the GOP will switch affiliation and start for real a third party.
      With the South, Central American and middle eastern/Muslim vote coming in over the next four years it may be little more than pissing in the wind but let’s give it a try.

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    • Mustang Says:

      True Peter … so true. But let’s not forget, the “how” takes a back seat to the win. Winning is the most important thing, by hook or by crook. Do come along, won’t you?

      Or, we could have another revolution. A virtual one, of course. No one wants to get dirty in a real one.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        Off topic, but my enjoyment of the day is watching the Hedge Funds lose their shirts with their “shorts” of Gamestop stock. The peasants played the game of inside trading by forcing the Hedges to cover and looks like a couple are going under. The lesson is the peasants can be creative… for those not following the story check it out… an enjoyable treat….

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      • Mustang Says:

        The stock market is not in turmoil – billionaire hedge funds are in turmoil.

        Two different things. It’s a shame regulators, brokerage firms and media continue to provide cover for folks that go to work on helicopters from the Hamptons and say its for folks that take the subway. –Charles Payne.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        Mustang true enough… last I looked its roaring today…and last I heard this may last time the little people can trouble the Hedge funds and short sellers this way.

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  6. peter3nj Says:

    Rather than hi-jacking Trump shouldn’t the GOP instead focus on the next election fraud and what to do about it before the upcoming defeat the Democrats have already planned?
    But knowing the Republican Party their focus is on marginalizing Trump.
    If I wasn’t so lazy I would have already registered as Independent.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      My thought exactly.. How will the GOP win anything if the fraud continues? But they expect Trump to pull a rabbit out of a hat for them… I would have had GOP ads up every day this week as Biden rolls out his nonsense… few even know about it… Ads for the mom whose daughter will have to compete with boys would be a good start.

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