February 7, 2024

RNC Chief of Staff Resigning

There is about to be some major turnover at the Republican National Committee (RNC).

The big news of the week was Chair Ronna McDaniel reportedly telling Trump that she would resign her position after the South Carolina primary race.

She is far from the only head that is going to roll, however.

RNC chief of staff Mike Reed has reportedly sent an email to his staffers telling them that at the end of February, he will also be resigning his position.


Reed claims that he told McDaniel of his intent to leave last year, but I am not so sure I am buying that.

This RNC administration has been a disaster from day one and they should have all been replaced after 2020, definitely after the 2022 cycle.

Reports then surfaced this week that McDaniel, who Trump had been critical of in a recent interview despite having endorsed her in previous elections, met with Trump and told him she would resign.

Then the report surfaced that Reed wrote to his staffers, “I write today to let you know that this month will be my last at the RNC.”

He went on to use the ever-popular excuse that he wanted to spend more time with his growing family.

McDaniel then released her statement, “In the chaotic world of D.C. and the RNC, Mike Reed has been a calm and steady hand as our chief of staff.

“I will miss having Mike guide me and our staff, but I am so happy and excited for his next adventure and that he will be able to spend more time with his wife Alice and their beautiful children.”

Those of you who read my reports regularly know there will not be a tear shed from myself over anyone in GOP leadership leaving their positions, and this crew of leadership has been a disaster.

We were promised a red wave in 2020 and a tsunami in 2022, and there was barely a ripple in the water. They are simply incapable of fundraising and developing a successful strategy for the party as a whole.

I say good riddance and don’t come back.

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