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RNC's McDaniel: Biden's Message Isn't One of Unity

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Ronna McDaniel (Mandel Ngan/Getty Images)

By    |   Thursday, 21 January 2021 02:10 PM

The media has reverted to its "adulation and fawning" over a Democrat president after four years of showing "disdain" for former President Donald Trump and for the 74 million people "who really wanted to have a voice," and President Joe Biden is not uniting the country, Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said Thursday. 

"I feel like there are a lot of Americans right now who are saying we will be forgotten again, hard-working men and women who felt like Donald Trump gave them a voice, who felt like the media had shut them out," McDaniel said on Fox News' "The Faulkner Focus."

McDaniel's comments came after she posted a message on Twitter taking Biden to task for the massive number of executive orders he has been signing to overturn many of Trump's signature agenda items. 

"By canceling Keystone XL and rejoining the Paris Climate Agreement, Biden started his administration by putting the American worker, American unions, and American energy prices last," McDaniel tweeted

"They are talking about unity but not stepping up to the plate, are they?" McDaniel told host Harris Faulkner. 

Meanwhile, McDaniel said that the call from some liberals to "deprogram" Trump's supporters is "frightening language."

"Not only did they win, but they are also determined to punish and degrade and call half of this country racist while their candidate that they supported is out there with his unity message ringing a bell," said McDaniel. "The actions are not matching. I think it is detrimental to our country and part of the reason you're seeing an influx of concern and powder keg of a very divided nation. The rhetoric coming out of the Biden administration right now is alarming and it is disheartening to many, many Americans who now feel like 'OK, we have no voice in Washington.'"

She also said the Democratic National Committee will have difficulty raising money with Biden's message of unity if House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, or Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are tasked with delivering that plan. 

"The Democrats are the cancel culture party," said McDaniel. "We're the party for everyone. Let them be divisive and spout that nasty rhetoric and let's unite to take back the majority."

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