RNC's McDaniel, candid but discreet, leading party of Trump
WASHINGTON (AP) — Hours after her friend and colleague at the Republican National Committee had been accused of sexual misconduct, Ronna McDaniel was on the phone with President Donald Trump for a difficult conversation.
Casino magnate Steve Wynn, the RNC's finance chairman and a mutual friend, had to step aside, she explained to a man who also has faced accusations of sexual misconduct but refused to be derailed by them. McDaniel, Trump's choice for RNC chairwoman a year ago, says the president listened, and ultimately agreed. Wynn had to go.
"There's a personal element to this, that... read more
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