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RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel Says Republicans Will Work With Joe Biden If They Take Congress

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On Sunday, Ronna McDaniel went on CNN’s State of the Union and said Republicans need to work with Joe Biden if they win Congress.


After Democrats destroyed America the past two years, McDaniel wants Republicans to cooperate with Joe Biden if they take Congress.

Why is McDaniel still RNC Chair?

The United States needs strong leadership to defeat the globalist Marxists destroying the country.

Ronna McDaniel doesn’t appear up to the task.

Ronna McDaniel: “If [Republicans] win back the House and the Senate, it’s the American people saying to Joe Biden, we want you to work on behalf of us and we want you to work across the aisle and solve the problems that we are dealing with.”


McDaniel also told CNN that candidates from her party would accept the results of the midterm elections after letting “the process play out.”

From CNN:

“Listen, you should have a recount. You should have a canvass, and it’ll go to the courts and then everybody should accept the results,” McDaniel told CNN’s Dana Bash on “State of the Union” when asked for a yes-or-no answer to whether all GOP candidates should accept the upcoming election results.

Asked by Bash about Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson declining to commit to accepting the midterm results, McDaniel sought to compare his remarks to past comments by Democrats.

“Well, I would say the same to Stacey Abrams, right. Or Hillary Clinton, who’s already saying, in 2024, we are going to rig the election. That’s not helpful,” she said, before later adding, “We’ll let the process play out and then we’ll accept the results.”

The comments come two days before the critical midterm elections, in which Republicans are hoping to wrestle back control of the House and wipe away Democrats’ razor-thin majority in the Senate. Already, some GOP candidates have been casting doubt about the legitimacy of the forthcoming results, similar to what then-President Donald Trump and his allies did in the run-up to the 2020 election.

Johnson, who is in a competitive reelection fight for a third term, would not commit last week to accepting the upcoming election results, telling reporters in Wisconsin, “Let’s see how this plays out.”

“I sure hope I can, but I can’t predict what the Democrats might have planned,” he said.

“I think Ron Johnson and Stacey Abrams in the end, once all their avenues are exhausted, they’ll accept the results,” McDaniel told Bash on Sunday, referring to Georgia’s Democratic gubernatorial nominee, whose refusal to initially “concede” following her loss to Republican Brian Kemp in their 2018 contest has been seized on by Republicans looking to cast doubt on election legitimacy.

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