In March President Trump sent a cease-and-desist letter to the RNC demanding that they quit using his name to fundraise.
The letters were also sent to the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) and National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC).
The Republican Party abandoned President Trump following the election where Democrats were able to steal a landslide victory from the most popular president in US history.
The RNC quickly moved on following the election and started to fundraise and focus on the Georgia runoff elections. They refused to support President Trump.
It was almost as if Democrats had taken over the RNC?
Now there is evidence that the RNC Chief Counsel Justin Riemer was questioning why his RNC party colleagues were backing President Trump’s allegations of voter fraud.
The email was texted to Trump attorney Jenna Ellis who passed it on to Rudy Giuliani and Bernard Kerik.
Business Insider reported:
Last November, Trump campaign lawyer Jenna Ellis received an email that forwarded a note from Republican National Committee (RNC) chief counsel Justin Riemer, with the GOP official questioning the former president’s election claims, according to a forthcoming book by Michael Wolff.
In the note, Riemer reportedly wrote to his RNC colleagues asking why they were backing Trump’s unfounded claims of election fraud, while also expressing that the organization raised more cash battling Democrats than challenging election results.
Ellis, who was having dinner with Rudy Giuliani and former New York City police commissioner Bernie Kerik, passed her phone around for everyone to view the message, which reportedly left them “stunned.”
According to the assembled group, it was just one more example of Trump having to fight the GOP establishment, which Wolff details in “Landslide: The Final Days of the Trump Presidency,” an early copy of which was obtained by Insider.
Giuliani, who was Trump’s personal lawyer at the time, was incensed by Riemer’s email, according to the book.
“Can you f–king believe this,” he said. “They are backdooring us … doing everything in their power not to help us.”
Kerik reportedly said that the note was akin to saying “f— Trump” and “f— Giuliani.”
An RNC spokesperson denied Wolff’s reporting in a statement to Insider after this story was published.
“As is typical with most things Michael Wolff writes, this story is simply false,” the statement said. “The RNC legal team fought tooth and nail on election integrity efforts for the entirety of 2020, and that continues today.”
But it was not false. It was true.
On Sunday former Trump elections attorney Jenna Ellis tweeted out that the information was true that the RNC stabbed President Trump and his attorneys in the back and that the RNC is lying by pretending it was false.
That’s when RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel blocked Jenna Ellis from viewing her tweets.
More… Bernard Kerik weighed in…
@Justin_Riemer sent out an email bad mouthing the President’s legal team telling his colleagues that the RNC makes more money opposing Democrats, than soliciting funds for a legal defense.
He didn’t give a shit about the president.
— Bernard B. Kerik (@BernardKerik) July 11, 2021