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RNC ‘s McDaniel at CPAC: GOPers thinks Trump is the primary challenge “to lose terribly’

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NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. – Don’t expect the RNC to be neutral, when President Trump is facing a Republican primary challenger in the year 2020, party chief Ronna McDaniel stated conservative activists on Thursday.

IN THE CASE OF CPAC, THE CONSERVATIVE EMBRACE OF SOCIALISM, TRUMP INDICTMENT WARN OF ‘RADICAL’ DEMOCRATS

McDaniel, the Chairman of the Republican National Committee, was asked by an interviewer during an appearance at the Conservative Political Action conference about the possibility that a Republican such as former Ohio Gov. John Kasich, or Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, could trump the challenge.

“You have said the right to jump in and lose,” McDaniel. “That’s fine. You will lose terribly.”

McDaniel said Trump is enormously popular in the party. He is scheduled to appear at CPAC on Saturday.

“Our country is booming,” McDaniel said radio presenter Vince Coglianese. “Jobs are coming back. The wages are. Our military has been strengthened. Our veterans have taken care of. Our fair offerings are stronger. We have the rule of law, a judge at each level of the courts, including the Supreme court, with Kavanaugh and from gorsuch.”

McDaniel added: “What every Republican would think and say: ‘this is a guy I me?'”

Both Kasich and Hogan are anti-Trump, a Republican, which is not excluded for the primary run. Former Republican Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld recently, an exploratory committee was announced. None of these Republicans is scheduled to appear at the conference.

But McDaniel, the confidence about trump expressed the chances.

“So there you have it. Go ahead. You are wasting your money, wasting your time, and go ahead and lose,” she said.

The annual conference of the hardcore conservatives, began on Wednesday in National Harbor, where the theme is “What Makes America Great” – a not-so-subtle play a trump to the campaign slogan.

CPAC began its day with Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan, the top Republican on the House Oversight Committee, and North Carolina Rep. Mark meadows, the warning of the rise of socialism in the “radical” Democratic party, while saying that they believe that Democrats in Congress, the Foundation for Trump’s prosecution efforts.

The conference lasts until Saturday.

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