We recently reported that Donald Trump intends to defund the RINO Republican establishment that continues to use Trump’s name in order to push policies and candidates that are not in line with those of Trump or the America First movement. We also reported on Trump’s slamming of Republican leaders Mitch McConnell, Karl Rove, and others. Trump said of McConnell that he was “the most unpopular politician in the country, who only won in Kentucky because President Trump endorsed him. He would have lost badly without this endorsement.”
Now, instead of backing down, the RNC which is Chaired by Mitt Romney’s globalist niece, Ronna McDaniel insists that Trump approves of the current use of his name in fundraising materials. in a letter, her RNC Chief Counsel, Justin Riemer insisted on it.
In the letter Monday to Trump attorney Alex Cannon, Riemer highlighted the former president’s ‘close relationship’ with RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel when detailing they would not comply.
‘[W]e understand that President Trump reaffirmed to her over the weekend that he approves of the RNC’s current use of his name in fundraising and other materials, including for our upcoming donor retreat event at Palm Beach at which we look forward to him participating,’ he wrote.
As evidence of this, they note that Trump plans to host the RNC at his Mar-a-Lago club, at which Trump is scheduled to speak.
“The RNC is holding part of its spring donor retreat at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago private club, a Monday report revealed even after news broke of the cease and desist demand.
Trump will speak at the April retreat in a sign there is no love lost between him and the RNC. “
They also insisted that Trump still has a close relationship with RNC Chairwoman, Ronna ‘Romney’ McDaniel, whose uncle is the Republican turncoat, Mitt Romney. Her RNC was extremely unhelpful to Donald Trump during his presidency and the 2020 election, often acting in opposition to the America First conservative movement. Romney, himself is a globalist who voted against most America First policies and Trump’s impeachment:
“In the letter Monday to Trump attorney Alex Cannon, Riemer highlighted the former president’s ‘close relationship’ with RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel when detailing they would not comply.”
But that close relationship may not be a good one, as Trump appears to be quite in opposition to many of the people and principles of the establishment RNC and Republican party that helped cripple and destroy him in the 2020 election:
“Upon revealing details of the cease and desist last week, a Trump advisor said: ‘President Trump remains committed to the Republican Party and electing America First conservatives , but that doesn’t give anyone – friend or foe – permission to use his likeness without explicit approval.’
The legal warning followed reports that Trump, who made a fortune licensing his personal brand, is furious his name is being used to help raise funds in support of Republicans who voted to impeach him last month.
Fears of a GOP civil war were sparked after Trump vowed revenge on the 17 Republican lawmakers who voted to impeach or convict him earlier this year on a charge of inciting insurrection.
Trump called all out by name during keynote address at the Conservative Political Action Conference last month.
‘Get rid of them all!’ he rallied the staunchly pro-Trump crowd. “
Kevin McCarthy, the House Minority Leader, has apparently begged Trump to not go after the 10 traitorous Republicans who voted in favor of Trump’s impeachments in January. This is because he accurately called them out at the CPAC convention this year when he said:
“‘The Democrats don’t have grandstanders like Mitt Romney, Little Ben Sasse, Richard Burr, Bill Cassidy, Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski, Pat Toomey. And in the House, Tom Rice, South Carolina, Adam Kinzinger, Dan Newhouse, Anthony Gonzalez, that’s another beauty. Fred Upton, Jaime Herrera Beutler, Peter Meijer, John Katko, David Valadao and of course, the warmonger, the person that loves seeing our troops fighting, Liz Cheney. How about that?”
What do you think, readers: Is Trump right?
Does he intend to follow through with his threat, or will he coalesce a final time around the slimy GOP establishment that crushed him and his followers during and after the election? If he caves, will it unify the party and the country in a positive direction or continue it down the dark path to the Great Reset? If he does not cave, will he be able to rally strong conservative leadership to save this country?