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Time Magazine: Carly Fiorina Plots to Lead RNC

Time Magazine: Carly Fiorina Plots to Lead RNC

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Tuesday, 09 August 2016 06:24 PM

Carly Fiorina is "actively laying the groundwork" to succeed Republican National Committee chair Reince Priebus, Time reports.

The former Hewlett-Packard CEO, who dropped her bid to become the 2016 GOP presidential nominee earlier this year, has "reached out to party chairs across the country as well as RNC committee men and women who will elect a successor" in January, Time says.

And, according to a Fiorina adviser, "The past few months Carly has been helping out with major races around the country."

Another source told Time that the domains CarlyForChair.com and CarlyForRNC.com were both registered last month in preparation for Fiorina's quest.

However, her plans could all go up in smoke if Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump wins the general election. That's because, according to custom, the RNC defers to the wishes of a GOP president as far as who chairs. And Fiorina has declined to endorse the billionaire real-estate tycoon.

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