Ronna McDaniel Won’t Talk About Trump Legal Battle

( — Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel said women will not be concerned about Donald Trump’s legal battles as they cast their vote in 2024. McDaniel took part in a Fox News interview to discuss the Presidential election but was asked for her view on the civil trial verdict in New York that found President Trump liable for sexual abuse and defamation.

The case was initiated by writer E. Jean Carroll who alleged that Trump raped her in a department store in the 1990s. Trump said the accusation is part of a political witch hunt, and he has no idea who Carroll is.

McDaniel told Fox reporter Martha MacCallum that Trump had denied any knowledge of Carroll and was likely to say the same thing after the verdict. She then steered the conversation toward immigration and inflation – issues the voting public cares about.

MacCallum however continued to quiz McDaniel on the verdict’s impact on American women, particularly as it comes so soon after Trump was indicted on criminal charges related to a hush money payment to an adult film star.

The RNC chair insisted that women care more about the bread-and-butter issues ordinary Americans face, and they know that President Biden has done nothing to solve America’s problems.

The Republican said she is a suburban woman and her demographic looks at the Biden administration and knows he is not providing an America where their kids are safe and enjoy a good education. She added that American children are pawns in China’s TikTok data-gathering and Biden would not stop this.

Donald Trump has made immigration central to his election campaign in 2024. Millions have crossed the border illegally since Biden entered the White House, and Republicans say the numbers will be even higher with the expiration of the Title 42 legislation that allows immigration officials to deport border crossers without hearing asylum claims.

Trump warned Americans that thousands will enter the country every day. Border Patrol agents say that Title 42 allowed them to turn away more than 2 million people.

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