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Donald Trump wants his ‘very talented’ daughter-in-law Lara to run the RNC

“My very talented daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, has agreed to run for co-chair of the RNC,” former President Donald Trump said in a statement on February 12, 2024.
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  • Donald Trump is endorsing his daughter-in-law Lara as the next RNC co-chair.
  • Trump said the former television producer was “an extremely talented communicator.”
  • He also endorsed North Carolina GOP Chairman Michael Whatley to lead the RNC with Lara.

Donald Trump wants his daughter-in-law Lara Trump to be the next co-chair of the Republican National Committee.

“My very talented daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, has agreed to run for co-chair of the RNC,” the former president said in a statement Monday. “Lara is an extremely talented communicator and is dedicated to everything MAGA stands for.”

Lara married Trump’s son, Eric Trump, in 2014. The former television producer played a leading role in Trump’s 2016 and 2020 presidential campaigns, where she worked as a campaign advisor.

Besides Lara, Trump said he supports Michael Whatley, the chairman of the North Carolina Republican Party, to become “the next leader of the RNC.” Trump also named political strategist Chris LaCivita as RNC operations director.

“This group of three is very talented, seasoned and intelligent. They have my full and complete support in leading the Republican National Committee,” Trump said in his statement.

Trump’s endorsements come just a week after he hinted at Ronna McDaniel’s impending departure as RNC chairwoman. McDaniel’s tenure has been marked by a series of GOP election defeats in 2018, 2020 and 2022.

“I think she did well initially at the RNC. I would say at this point in time there will probably be some changes,” Trump said of McDaniel in a statement. Interview with Fox News on February 4.

McDaniel, who has held the position since 2017, reportedly offered to step down after the South Carolina primary this month, according to the New York Times.

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