Jenna Ellis brought receipts to her feud with RNC Chair Ronna Romney McDaniel and she leaked those email receipts as Ronna was trying to defend herself from charges the RNC was not helpful to Trump at the end.
“That email or the citing that you just showed is not true,” McDaniel told Newsmax, disputing the account of author Michael Wolff. “Listen, there were disputes between our legal team and the president’s that’s been known. But our council is the only one that won post-election for the president. We fought very hard for him.”
Enter Jenna Ellis who said: “Ronna Romney McDaniel is lying on @newsmax right now. WOW,” she wrote. “Hey Ronna, you asked for evidence on Newsmax while still claiming the story is false. Here’s the text I sent you on Nov 28 with the Riemer email. You knew,” Trump’s former attorney said.
“McDaniel couldn’t even articulate what conservative values are when asked on @newsmax,” Ellis said. “Does she know??”
The story was from a new book by Michael Wolff. The RNC denied the report but Ellis confirmed it. “As is typical with most things Michael Wolff writes, this story is simply false,” the RNC said in a statement. “The RNC legal team fought tooth and nail on election integrity efforts for the entirety of 2020, and that continues today.”
Enter Jenna Ellis: “This report is true, Chairwoman McDaniel, and you know I have the receipts,” Ellis said. “Why is the RNC lying and saying it’s false? Ellis continued: “I guess she doesn’t want to be confronted about the RNC lying.
When asked if she’d chair the RNC, Ellis said, “What I would help with is to go in, clean house, and hand it over to someone genuinely pro-Trump and #AmericaFirst principles. The current RNC is not conservative, not pro-Trump, and it’s not our party,” she insisted.
“Don’t give one more dime to the RNC until this question is answered or Ronna and Justin resign,” Ellis added.
The story in the book says that Ellis received a forwarded note from RNC chief counsel Justin Riemer in which he questioned colleagues who were backing Trump’s claims of election fraud during the 2020 election.
Ellis allegedly showed the message to the two people she was having dinner with at the time, one of whom was another attorney for the former President, Rudy Giuliani.
The book says Rudy was so pissed off by the message that he called Riemer and delivered a profanity-laced demand to resign.
“Who the f*** do you you think you are? How can you be going against the president?” the book claims Giuliani said. “You need to resign and resign tonight because you are going to get fired.”
Hey Ronna… you asked for evidence on Newsmax while still claiming the story is false. Here’s the text I sent you Nov 28 with the Riemer email. You knew.
STOP LYING!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/6R2L1FMfFF— Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq) July 13, 2021
Ronna Romney McDanial is lying on @newsmax right now. WOW.— Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq) July 13, 2021