Fred Zeidman said that the former president’s insistence on leading the party “affects all members.”
After the party fails, the first spring donor retreat is usually a time for reflection and revitalization, as officials are planning new directions.
However, with former President Donald J. Trump determined to remain attached to the Republican Party and its parties, the Republican National Committee at the top donors conference in South Florida this weekend, this is not a time for restart, more importantly It reminds us of the ongoing tensions and divisions in the Republican Party.
Last month, the same former president issued a cease and desist letter to the party, asking them to stop using his image to raise funds on Saturday night. This was the culmination of the party’s fundraising activities.
“This is a huge problem,” how Fred Zeidman, a senior fundraiser of the Texas Republican Party, described Trump’s consistent style on the political stage.
After losing his House, Senate and White House, the delicate dance between Trump and the party became apparent this Saturday, when the party’s top donor participated in a series of receptions and receptions at the Four Seasons Resort. group discussion. The former president’s private club, a-Lago, heard Trump’s speech.
Zidman said that the former president’s insistence on leading the party “has an impact on all members” because lawmakers and potential elected officials are vying for Trump’s support, and Trump is equally strong in the Republican primary elections, but in There may be problems in the general election.
Zidman said: “He has indicated that he wants to express important opinions or maintain control of the party, and has shown signs that he will conduct primary elections for all those who do not support him.” “Everything makes it change. It’s very complicated.”