RNC Chairwoman: The President is Doing the Right Thing By Sticking Up For Our Country
CHAIRWOMAN MCDANIEL: The president’s doing the right thing by sticking up for our country. I mean, China has been dealing unfairly with our country for far too long, they have been stealing our intellectual property and he is saying, ‘We are not going to stand for this any longer.’ By the way, everyone across the aisle says the same thing. We’ve all known that this has been going on and President Trump talked about it during the campaign and he is saying, ‘I am going to take a strong stand against countries that are not dealing with our country fairly.’ He's not asking for an unfair playing field. He's saying, ‘Let's be fair and let’s put America first’ and that's his job as commander in chief and somebody who is standing up on behalf of the average American person in this country who for far too long has not had a voice representing them in Washington.
RNC Chairwoman: Our Base Is Energized Around The President
CHAIRWOMAN MCDANIEL: Well I know the president’s going to be out campaigning for every single candidate because he wants to maintain these majorities and keep America on this great comeback that we’re seeing under his leadership. But he's right, our base is completely energized around him. I was at that rally in Pennsylvania. I've never seen anything like it. He is the best motivator of our base but every candidate has got to get out and be making the case for themselves. They’re going to have to work as hard as ever to make sure that we keep these majorities because the Democrats are coming for the majorities. They want to take back control, they want to shut down this government as much as possible and stop President Trump from achieving great things for the American people and so President Trump’s going to continue to work but it is a warning sign for candidates, ‘You’re going to have to get out and make a case for yourself because voters are going to make a choice between you and that other Democrat that you’re running against.’
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