AUDIO: Chairwoman McDaniel: When Competing Across The Country The RNC Has A Significant Advantage
TODD STARNES: I know they’re trying to make this a bellwether for the Democrats but there’s no way, no way that someone as conservative as Conor Lamb on the Democrat side is going to be able to win office. I just don’t see it.
CHAIRWOMAN MCDANIEL: No, these are not bellwethers, these special elections. The media is giving them outside attention for a reason because they want to create this narrative but what people need to recognize, first of all is that there aren’t Democrats that are going to get away with not having a primary so they’re not going to be able to go so far right and support the president to win their primaries and secondly, the advantage that the RNC has right now in fundraising. We have doubled the DNC. We are already in 25 states. You can compete in a one-off election if you have one election on one day in one state you can’t really have a cash advantage but when you are competing across the country in November and hundreds of races across the country, what the RNC has and the ground game we are building will give us a significant advantage over the Democrats.
AUDIO: Chairwoman McDaniel: Clinton’s Comments Are Insulting But Represent The Democrat Party
TODD STARNES: So I want to ask you about Hillary Clinton, she’s stumbling around India and I’m going to play the audio and let you response to what Hillary had to say.
Audio Clip: I should start by explaining that Democrats going back to my husband, and even before and even in recent times and going back to Bill and our candidates, and President Obama have been losing the white vote, including white women. We do not do well with white men and we don’t do well with married white women and part of that is an identification with the Republican Party and an ongoing pressure to vote the way that your husband, your boss, your son, whoever believes you should.
TODD STARNES: There you have it, Hillary back to saying that the Republican women just do what their husbands tell them to do.
CHAIRWOMAN MCDANIEL: Yeah you know I voted for President Trump and I think I fall under the category she’s describing. Let me just tell you, I vote my own piece of mind, I know the issues, I am an educated voter, and I think it’s insulting, what she’s saying about women, who she claims to represent and champion. It is appalling, it shows why she lost, and every time she speaks I am so thankful that she is not our president because she continues to degrade half of this country and anybody who didn’t vote for her, in her mind, there is something wrong with them and that’s just not how our country works.
GOP Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel