Lara Trump Fights Off Allegations Against RNC

Gage Skidmore from Surprise, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – Lara Trump, serving as the Republican National Committee (RNC) co-chair, refuted recent claims that the RNC had closed its community centers aimed at engaging minority voters. These allegations surfaced after reports on Monday suggested that the RNC was reducing its workforce in various sectors, following a meeting in Houston where Michael Whatley was endorsed as the new chairman and Lara Trump was named the co-chair.

During her appearance on Fox News with Martha MacCallum, Lara Trump clarified that the centers are still operational, countering the earlier reports. She highlighted the RNC’s commitment to minority communities, critiquing the negative impact of policies from the Biden administration and noting the importance of minority voter outreach, especially in response to poll results indicating increased support for the former president among Black and Latino voters.

Trump asserted the inclusivity of the Republican Party and its openness to all, challenging the narrative of exclusion and emphasizing the party’s desire for broad participation to foster national success. She reaffirmed the party’s dedication to voter outreach and engagement.

Additionally, she emphasized the RNC’s focus on safeguarding the voting process for the 2024 elections, identifying it as a critical concern. She outlined the three strategic priorities for the RNC: increasing voter turnout, ensuring the integrity of the voting process, and fundraising, with a special emphasis on the importance of protecting the vote to secure electoral success.

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