Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel travels the country to share stories from outside the beltway, highlight Republican leaders in the states, and show how Republican policies are working for real Americans. Ronna works to capture the great stories of conservative leadership around the country that the mainstream media is often uninterested in covering. She has conversations with Republican leaders, highlighting how Republican leadership in the states has made the difference. She sits down with Republican Governors, showing the contrast between Republican and Democrat leadership when dealing with COVID-19. She also sits down with Republican Senators, Congressmen, and former cabinet officials to discuss how conservative policy has made a difference in people’s lives, as well as capture their personal stories and share what being a Republican means to them. Exclusive guests include South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, Texas Governor Greg Abbott, former CIA Director and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and many more.
Episode 13: Rep Elise Stefanik
On Episode 13 of Real America, RNC Chairwoman McDaniel meets with Congresswoman and House GOP Conference Chair Elise Stefanik to discuss parents’ role in education, rising prices, and how women are leading in politics now more than ever.
Episode 12: Senator Rick Scott
In this episode of Real America, Chairwoman McDaniel sits down with Senator and NRSC Chairman Rick Scott to discuss issues from the economy to education, Democrats' massive socialist spending, and how Republicans are going to win back the Senate in 2022.
Episode 11: Rep. Tony Gonzales
In this episode, Chairwoman McDaniel sits down with Representative Tony Gonzales to discuss the crisis at our border, Joe Biden's disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan, searching for bipartisan solutions in Washington, and Democrats’ wasteful spending.
Episode 10: Rep. Nancy Mace
On Episode 10 of Real America, RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel meets with Rep. Nancy Mace (SC- 01) to discuss the bias of the media against Republican women, the importance of the Second Amendment, and commonsense conservative policies on the environment.
Episode 9: Governor Kim Reynolds
In this episode, Chairwoman McDaniel hosts Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds to discuss issues in the classroom from keeping our schools open to critical race theory, how the Governor is leading the economic recovery in the Hawkeye State, and the importance of electing Republican women.
Episode 8: Rep. Burgess Owens
In this episode, Chairwoman McDaniel sits down with Rep. Burgess Owens (R-UT) to discuss the Congressman’s time in the NFL, critical race theory, and the radical policies of Biden’s Democrat Party. Chairwoman McDaniel and Congressman Owens also talk about how Black Americans are leaving the Democrat Party and turning towards the Republican Party, the party of opportunity and freedom for all
Truthful and compelling! An enlightening listen.
I am proud of my Governor!
Gov. Abbott has always been for the people! My daughter was the Disaster Relief Coordinator in Bryan College Station. Now she is in Kalispell, Montana, as their Disaster Relief Coordinator for two years and she can’t wait to get back to Texas or where she is destined to be. She wants to save to world.
What I am trying to say is Gov. Abbott has always been a hero for her. I have a beautiful and fierce child lol. My husband would never leave Texas.
My heart hurts for these people coming over, they have no idea what they will have to do for the Cartel because until that debt is paid the Cartel owns them, and their children. Unfortunately sick things happens to children and women, men to.
My Family will be voting for Abbott … will be voting for Trump, if he runs also! Go get the Abbott! You are the best Governor ever!!!
Senator Tim Scott
I have listened to this episode twice in a row and sent it to as many people as I can think of who would be Encouraged by his words. It has been a long time since I have felt truly encouraged and this episode was so refreshing. I would like to hear a lot more of his thoughts.