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Republican presidential primary candidate Vivek Ramaswamy is continuing to push for Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna McDaniel to resign.
"I am sick & tired of this Republican Establishment that has made us a party of losers. Where is the accountability for years of losing: 2018, 2020, 2022 and now 2023? A week ago on the GOP Debate stage, I called on Ronna Romney McDaniel to resign. Now, I'm asking grassroots conservatives across the nation to join me so she can feel the power of the people. It's time to stop the culture of surrender and losing. Resign, Ronna. Add your name to the list," Ramaswamy tweeted, sharing the link to FireRonna.com.
The website asks whether McDaniel should be fired, offering boxes for people to select an answer. The form on the site includes fields for first and last name, cell phone number, zip code, and email address, though email is the only field required to submit. After providing an email address and clicking the "VOTE NOW" button, users are sent to a Ramaswamy campaign fundraising page.
"End the back-to-back-to-back-to-back losing sprees," Ramaswamy tweeted in another post when sharing a link to the site.
McDaniel's posts on X have been inundated with replies calling for her to resign.
During the third GOP presidential primary debate, which was held in Miami, Florida, last week, Ramaswamy called out McDaniel, saying that he would yield his time to her if she got on stage and resigned.
Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley called Ramaswamy "scum" during the debate, and Ramaswamy's campaign later appeared to capitalize on Haley's comment by offering "Rebel Scum" merchandise for sale.
The fourth GOP presidential primary debate is scheduled to take place on December 6.
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Alex Nitzberg is a staff writer for Blaze News.