(FixThisNation.com) – Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy responded to the claims made by Ronna McDaniel, the chair of the Republican National Committee (RNC) over his voting record.
In response to Ramaswamy’s attack on the RNC, McDaniel responded that the presidential candidate was only polling at four percent right now, which is why he needed to make statements that would allow him to get headlines. She further argued that Ramaswamy was relatively new to the Republican party which might be why he did not know the difference between state and federal elections. She further alleged that Ramaswamy had previously voted for former President Obama in the election.
On Thursday in an interview on Fox News, Ramaswamy claimed that he had never in his life voted for the former President. He added that the comments made by the RNC chair on national television constituted “malpractice.”
On Wednesday night during the third Republican primary presidential debate, Ramaswamy had referred to the GOP as a “party of losers” and had argued that ever since McDaniel had taken over the leadership of the committee the party had had a disappointing performance in every election. He then called for McDaniel to call them on the debate stage and tell the American people that she was going to be resigning.
However, McDaniel was quick to point out that regardless of his claims, the RNC did not take part in state races and they were a federal committee. As such, they did not taken part in the elections on Tuesday. She added that this might be something Ramaswamy who was new to the party, might not be aware of.
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