Lara Trump Says Those Caught Cheating in Election Will Be Sorry

Anyone planning to cheat in the 2024 election would face imminent litigation, according to Lara Trump, the newly elected co-chair of the Republican National Committee (RNC), who made the warning on cable television.

Lara Trump said that the Republican National Committee is prepared for the election with 100,000 poll workers standing by and knows exactly how many ballots were asked for and would be cast from every county.

Trump said there is another item that has to be clarified. They are on the lookout for fraud, and if they discover that someone has been cheating, they can be confident that they will prosecute them to the fullest extent possible.  Cheating in a national election is not worth the risk. It is a felony. Everybody has to know how serious this is so they don’t give in to the opposing side’s solicitations to do anything criminal.

Additionally, Trump said that the RNC would be establishing a groundbreaking election integrity team.

March 8th saw the RNC’s election of Michael Whatley as chair and Lara Trump as co-chair.

Michael Whatley, the North Carolina State Republican Party Chairman, was catapulted to national prominence last month after receiving key support from President Trump.

Trump also endorsed his daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, who is married to his son Eric and has been an outspoken supporter of the previous administration’s policies. She is anticipated to infuse the RNC’s strategic planning with energy and new ideas.

The Trump campaign and the RNC raised a combined $65.6 million in March, increasing the amount of money they had on board to over $93 million, according to an announcement made in early April.

Lara Trump said that the fact that she and Whatley were in a precarious financial condition when they assumed their posts is something that Democrats are fond of bringing up. But people are starting to see that this is a really different RNC, which is giving people more confidence in the RNC.