Mike Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow and a longtime supporter of former president Donald Trump, says he may challenge Ronna McDaniel to be head of the Republican National Committee (RNC), provided that the Almighty gives him approval for a run.

HuffPost notes that McDaniel has already made it clear she plans to run for reelection:

The proposed run comes after McDaniel, the RNC chair since 2017, told committee members on a call that she’s running to head the party again after hopes of a “red wave” in the midterm elections fizzled out earlier this month, Politico reported.

Lindell has previously had sharp criticism for McDaniel, who he alleged played a role in his failure to file an election fraud case with the Supreme Court.

He said this week that he would be open to a run for RNC leadership.

“We need someone everybody, and I would step into that, if God willing,” Lindell said.

Lindell also had this to say about the RNC under McDaniel’s leadership:

“Every one I’ve talked to of these state chairs, they need new leadership. I don’t know if this is a paid position, nor do I care. I want to help save our country.”

So the Republican Party is about to become the Pillow Party? That drew a lot of commentary on Twitter, with many hoping Lindell does indeed make the move, if only for badly-needed comedy relief.

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