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 February 19, 2024

Lara Trump says she would be ‘honored’ to co-chair the RNC

Sunday, Lara Trump voiced her excitement about the possibility of being named the next co-chair of the Republican National Committee (RNC) and stressed the significance of the upcoming election in November to undo the nation's "bad leadership."

Lara Trump said, "Well, the committee has to ultimately vote me in" when asked about her expectations for leadership in the Republican National Committee on Fox News' "Sunday Morning Futures" show, according to The Hill.

"If that’s what they decide to do, I would be honored to have this position, because … I think there’s no time to waste.”

“We have 10 months to go really before what I think we can all feel right now in this country … is the most important election any of us have ever seen,” she continued.

Trump Endorsement

After Trump endorsed Lara Trump for the job of RNC co-chair, speculation began last week that she was seeking a position within the party. He praised her as “an extremely talented communicator who is dedicated to all that MAGA stands for," in his endorsement.

For the position of RNC chair, Trump has also endorsed Michael Whatley, the current chair of the North Carolina Republican Party.

Lara Trump has been active with the Republican National Committee and party contributors since her father-in-law was in the Oval Office; she is married to Eric Trump, the son of the former president. A complete takeover of the committee by the former president would be hinted at if she and Whatley were elected by RNC members.

On Sunday, Lara Trump stated, "we are poised to lose the country," highlighting the significance of her father-in-law's return to the White House.

“The world is destabilized right now because you have bad leadership at the top,” she said. “And you don’t win a presidential campaign without the aid of the Republican National Committee. And so if I am chosen as co-chair, what I can tell you is that we really do have a lot of work to get done.”

If She's Elected

If she were to be elected to the Republican National Committee, she made a commitment to ensure "that nothing is left to chance" by making election integrity a primary priority of her work.

She went on to say that the Republican National organization needs to raise "a lot of money" and reconfirm that individuals can "feel good" about donating to the organization. Her promise from the previous week, in which she pledged to spend "every single penny" of the Republican National Committee's cash to reelect Donald Trump to the White House, was also reaffirmed by her.

“And we really have to hit this thing head-on,” she said. “We have a lot of work to do. There’s a little time to go between now and November 5. And, look, we’re going to hit the ground running as soon as and if I am elected as co-chair of the RNC.”

Trump Criminal Cases

The four criminal indictments against the former president were rejected by Lara Trump as having no bearing on the former president's chances of winning the election in November.

A total of 91 criminal charges have been brought against Trump, which are distributed over four state and federal criminal indictments. In addition to that, he is being sued in more than a half dozen civil cases.

“He … probably has the most energy of any person I have ever seen in my life. He’s incredible. Nothing will stop him,” she said. “And, look, these are designed to make him rethink what he’s doing. Obviously, all of these indictments, well, ‘Donald Trump’s going to say, I can’t do it’ … Absolutely not.

"He’s going forward because I think he knows … he is truly the only person who can do the job that we need to bring this country back, to put us back on the right track, to stabilize the world.”

Written By:
Charlotte Tyler

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