On NBC’s Meet the Press, Congresswoman Elise Stefanik called President Joe Biden and the Democrats “a threat to democracy.”
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Stefanik, a Republican activist, discussed her views with Kristen Welker. Many Republicans are concerned about Stefanik’s border security attitude.
The Congresswoman also reacted to Harvard President Claudine Gay’s departure, showing her grasp of current events and their political ramifications.
Stefanik also reaffirmed her support for former President Donald Trump, who may run again in November. Stefanik said she often talks to Trump and emphasizes their emphasis on winning when asked about being his running mate.
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She remained dedicated to her positions as House Republican Conference Chair and New York’s 21st Congressional District representative, emphasizing the need to maximize Trump’s general election position.
Despite being hesitant about becoming Trump’s Vice President, Stefanik said she would serve in any role in his government if he wins. Her words demonstrate her support for Trump and the Republican agenda.
Stefanik’s Meet the Press comments reveal the Republican Party’s present dynamics, its stance on critical issues, and Donald Trump’s continued effect on its future.