Analysis: One of Trump’s biggest defenders thinks he has a chance to lead the RNC

Analysis: one of trump's biggest defenders thinks he has a chance to lead the rnc

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The GOP is in the middle on an internal dispute over what it stands for and who will lead it. In this week’s episode of The Point, CNN’s Chris Cillizza breaks down the race for Republican National Committee chair, where former President Donald Trump could have a major influence. #CNN #Cillizza

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