RNC chairwoman say Republicans who distance themselves from Trump are ‘hurting themselves in the long run’

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Ronna McDaniel, the chair of the Republican National Committee, warned on Sunday against Republicans attempting to distance themselves from President Donald Trump.
“Any Republican that doesn’t recognize that running with the president is going to help them is hurting themselves in the long run,” she said during an appearance on ABC News’ “This Week.”
Her comments came after Trump lashed out at Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse, a Republican, for leaked audio from a constituent town hall where he criticized the president.
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Ronna McDaniel, the chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, on Sunday warned Republicans against distancing themselves from President Donald Trump as the election nears closer. McDaniel made the comments after George Stephanopoulos, moderator of ABC’s “This Week” asked whether she’d seen Republican senators attempt to distance themselves from the president. “I’m not,” McDaniel said. “I think all of them have been running those similar races all along.””We are seeing this huge energy, and we are seeing really great numbers coming out for the president, and this is a race,” she added. “And any Republican that doesn’t recognize that running with the president is going to help them is hurting themselves in …

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