Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna McDaniel is in the hot seat, and Vivek Ramaswamy is doubling down on calls for her to be removed over what he views as her legacy of failure.
Ramaswamy told Breitbart News Saturday after the GOP debate on Wednesday in which he took aim at McDaniel initially and shocked Americans with his open calls for her removal.
The outspoken candidate said, "Here are the facts — and I’m not a politician, I’m a businessman — looking at this as a CEO or an investor: 2017, Ronna McDaniel takes over; 2018, loss; 2020, loss; 2022, no red wave; 2023, trouncing relative to what should have happened across this country. Where’s the accountability?"
McDaniel has become the face of the Republican Party's failures over the past decade seemingly overnight. Ramaswamy ignited a movement among Republican voters by calling for real changes and stepping away from the endless Democrat vs. Republican debate.
Ramaswamy continued by saying, "Do you seriously believe this is the best person? I’m a believer in meritocracy. America is founded on meritocracy. It’s why my presidential campaign — I’m the most vocal opponent of affirmative action in America, race-based quota systems in universities or corporate America. But as the guy who stands for meritocracy, I think our party has to practice what we preach."
The Republican Party has become a party of losers, as Ramaswamy stated during Wednesday's debate, and its leaders must change that if they want to start winning elections again.
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