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From RNC Official Gets A New Job

Recently, it was learned that the former head of the RNC got a job at NBC News after resigning from her position.

McDaniel came under fire after it was learned that the RNC spent $250,000 in one year on limo service but complained of having dwindling funds.

FEC disclosures found that the RNC spent $256,635 on limousines and travel expenses.

Other lavish spending included crazy hotel bills like a single Marriot Hotel transaction costing over half a million dollars.

The report on the FEC filing was a bombshell and is forced Ronna to resign.

After resigning, it was announced that McDaniel would start a new job at NBC News.

From USA Today:

Ronna McDaniel, who resigned from her role as chair of the Republican National Committee earlier this month, will join NBC News as a political analyst.

The former head of the RNC will make her debut on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday and she is expected to contribute to both NBC News and MSNBC.

“It couldn’t be a more important moment to have a voice like Ronna’s on the team,” Carrie Budoff Brown, senior vice president of NBC’s political coverage.

Well, if the RINO thought she was going to get a warm welcome from NBC she is mistaken. According to reports, MSNBC is banning her from appearing on the network and Scarborough and company had a conniption.

Former “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd also rebuked his previous employer.

“There’s a reason a lot of journalists at NBC News are uncomfortable with this,” Todd said. He added that the RNC is “gaslighting” the American people.

To be clear staff at NBC News are upset that Ronna was hired bu have no problem with the current administrations former Press Secretary hosting her own show.

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