After a lackluster 2022 midterm result and a devastating loss in 2020, many within the Republican party are calling for a change in leadership to ensure it doesn’t happen again, but who would make the best replacement for the GOP chair?
The position is currently held by Ronna McDaniel, the niece of RHINO Mitt Romney and many suspect she may be more similar to her uncle than initially suspected, meaning she’s not an American first patriot.
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell recently announced he would throw his name in the ring of potential challengers, based on the fact that McDaniel’s leadership has not done enough to back MAGA candidates.
Lindell is certainly not the worst choice, but the Republican party would likely be better served by a more experienced politician who has proven they know how to win – given that the next leader will hold the seat through the 2024 presidential election.
Specifically, Lee Zeldin who nearly flipped the governor’s seat in the deep-blue state of New York, would be an excellent fit for the job.Zeldin nearly pulled off a historic upset in the state and his campaign strategy helped to deliver a number of critical House seats which are, in part, responsible for the GOP’s majority.
He managed to successfully message on voter’s key concerns like the economy, inflation, and the rising crime rate – issues which current RNC chair Ronna McDaniel completely failed to capitalize on.
It’s clear the GOP needs to shake things up, and Zeldin could be exactly what the party needs to take back the White House in 2024.
Watch the video to learn more about all the potential challengers for McDaniel’s seat—and there are many.