Ronna McDaniel

The "Today" show anchor spoke to Stephen Colbert about the former RNC chair's ouster from the network.
The Fox News host's on-air claim didn't quite go as expected.
“Acknowledging that you might have got something wrong is a real sign of strength,” the MSNBC host said.
The longtime TV journalist said the network sabotaged a “great idea.”
“It leaves her in a very strange place, it’s called NEVER NEVERLAND," the former president wrote.
The former Republican National Committee chair worked to help Donald Trump spread lies about the 2020 election results.
The MSNBC host said his network will not use the former RNC chief as a political analyst, "but I do have a few questions for her."
The MSNBC host likened the hiring of the former Republican National Committee chair to installing a “mobster to work at the DA’s office.”
In a social media post, the NBC newsman said honest journalists shouldn't have to "lend their credibility to someone who intentionally tried to ruin ours."
The former Republican National Committee chair just got hired by NBC News and made her debut.