The RNC dominated the DNC in their annual softball game both on the field and in the stands.
The Republican National Committee (RNC) and the Democratic National Committee’s (DNC) staffs got together on Wednesday night to compete in their annual softball game and enjoy some beers together.
The game has become a long running show of bipartisanship by the two committees, and this year’s game was played in honor of House Majority Whip Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA), who was severely wounded in the Alexandria, VA shooting.
The RNC won by a score of 21 to 5, and Regional Political Coordinator for the RNC, Jordan Moskowitz, was the MVP of the game on the field with two home runs.
But the real MVP was RNC Chair Ronna Romney McDaniel who wore a Make America Great Again” hat while holding up a sign that read, “What Happened? Michigan.”
Cheering on my all-star team at the annual DNC v. RNC softball game! pic.twitter.com/QMl2Wx28Sw
— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) August 2, 2017
McDaniel’s sign is a clear play on Hillary Clinton’s upcoming book titled, “What Happened,” which will examine the 2016 presidential election.
After the game had concluded, McDaniel tweeted, “Not tired of winning yet! Great job team @GOP!”
After the game concluded, the RNC and DNC staffs participating in the game took a group photo, which included McDaniel and DNC Chair Tom Perez standing next to each other.
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