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Kristi Noem, Gov. of South Dakota; RNC Chair Ronna McDanielCharlie Neibergall, File/Associated Press; Alex Brandon/Associated Press
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem said the GOP "needs to evaluate what we're doing."
Noem hinted at replacing RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel, a staunch Trump supporter.
Talks of replacing McDaniel began as Republicans shifted the blame around the midterms.
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem said the GOP should consider replacing Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel after heavy mid-term losses.
In an interview on Fox News Sunday, Noem was asked about the future of the GOP and whether or not McDaniel should be replaced.
“We have to win. That's just a fact. The future of our children depends on it. We really have a responsibility to convey what Republican politics brings to this country. And I don't know of any party that can keep losing as we have and keep their jobs," Noem said, adding that "everyone has to evaluate what we're doing and if it's effective."
Noem, a GOP star and staunch supporter of former President Donald Trump, spoke weeks after the Republican Party's disappointing performance in the midterm elections. The GOP managed to retake the House, albeit by a smaller margin than expected, but performed poorly in Senate races and even lost a seat despite President Joe Biden's low approval ratings.
McDaniel, who has chaired the RNC since 2017, is also an ardent supporter of Trump. Despite the blame for the midterm election being spread across the GOP, McDaniel indicated on Nov. 14 that she plans to run for another two-year term, Politico reported. A letter obtained by Fox News Digital indicated that a majority of the committee set to choose its chair in January supports McDaniel's reelection bid.
Nonetheless, others have suggested that they might try to replace them. New York GOP Rep. Lee Zeldin, who lost his state's 2022 gubernatorial race despite backing Trump, previously said he was considering running for the position.
Noem has also been released for the position: She previously told Fox News others encouraged her to challenge McDaniel, but has not confirmed if she plans to do so.
The RNC did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
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Kristi Noem
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