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Conspiracy theorist and CEO of MyPillow, Mike Lindell, is considering running for Republican National Committee chair and considered facing current chair Ronna McDaniel when she runs for re-election in January.
Lindell, who in recent years has rallied behind former President Donald Trump and backed his attempts to overturn the 2020 election, addressed his FrankSpeech-TV audience and mused whether he would oppose McDaniel to RNC to be boss week.
The proposed candidacy comes after McDaniel, the RNC leader since 2017, told committee members at a call that she was running for party leadership again after hopes of a "red wave" in the midterm elections earlier this month fizzled out, reported political.
Lindell had previously sharply criticized McDaniel, who he says played a role in his failure to file a voter fraud case with the Supreme Court.
He said this week that he is open to running for RNC leadership.
"We all need someone, and I would step in if God wills," Lindell said.
Lindell confirmed to HuffPost that he will make an announcement Monday about challenging McDaniel.
Lindell said McDaniel's leadership was fraught with failure and claimed she did nothing to address "election integrity."
He linked his frustration with McDaniel's leadership to her acknowledgment of President Joe Biden's victory in the 2020 election and the response to Arizona's recent voting troubles — which officials said were not denying people the right to vote in the state.
"Everyone I've spoken to about these heads of state needs new leadership," Lindell said in an interview with HuffPost on Friday. "I don't know if this is a paid position, nor do I care. I want to help save our country.”
He stressed that the RNC must be run like a business, something he said he knows how to do.
McDaniel didn't immediately respond to a HuffPost request for comment.
Twitter users commented on Lindell's potential future with the RNC, joking that the Republican Party could become the "Pillow Party."
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