RNC Declares Trump Winner?!

(GoRealNewsNow.com) – In a move that has never been done, as best as anyone can recall, the Republican National Committee (RNC) is ready to ignore the rest of the primaries and caucuses and declare Donald Trump its nominee.

Trump, leading the race for the Republican presidential nomination, has triumphed in the initial primary contests in Iowa and New Hampshire.

His substantial victories in these states and his commanding lead in early polling for upcoming primaries have prompted several RNC members to consider officially endorsing his candidacy. This move would enable the party’s infrastructure to support Trump fully.

“RESOLVED that the Republican National Committee hereby declares President Trump as our presumptive 2024 nominee for the office of President of the United States and from this moment forward moves into full general election mode welcoming supporters of all candidates as valued members of Team Trump 2024,” the resolution states, as per a copy obtained by the media.

David Bossie, an RNC Committeeman from Maryland who backed Trump’s 2024 bid and served as his 2016 deputy campaign manager, is reportedly behind this proposal. The RNC’s winter meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada, from Jan. 30 to Feb. 4, could see this resolution up for discussion.

Trump’s primary rival, former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, downplayed the resolution’s significance.

Her campaign spokesperson, Olivia Perez-Cubas, stated, “Who cares what the RNC says? We’ll let millions of Republican voters across the country decide who should be our party’s nominee, not a bunch of Washington insiders,” as reported by the media. She also challenged Ronna McDaniel, RNC Chair, to arrange a debate in South Carolina, questioning Trump’s ability to handle a 90-minute stage debate with Haley.

If Trump is declared the presumptive nominee, he would gain access to valuable general election resources, such as voter data, fundraising collaborations with the party, and ground operations support, according to reports. Meanwhile, Haley would remain without these advantages unless she secures the nomination.

Despite this potential declaration, Trump must still acquire at least 1,215 pledged delegates from all 56 jurisdictions to officially win the nomination at the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, scheduled for Jul. 15 to Jul. 18. Presently, Trump holds 32 pledged delegates from his early victories, while Haley has secured 18.