Arizona Republican Chairman Steps Down Amid Leaked Audio Bribe to Stay Out of Politics, Or “At Least Pause” for Two Years

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The audio recording, released by the London-based news site DailyMail.com, captures DeWit telling Lake that there are influential individuals who want to keep her out of politics. He suggests that they are willing to use their resources to ensure this outcome.
The audio recording, released by the London-based news site DailyMail.com, captures DeWit telling Lake that there are influential individuals who want to keep her out of politics. He suggests that they are willing to use their resources to ensure this outcome.

PHOENIX, AZ – Jeff DeWit, Chairman of the Arizona Republican Party, has announced his resignation following the release of an audio recording. The recording appears to show DeWit attempting to influence fellow Republican Kari Lake’s decision to to stay out of politics for two years and not run for Senate.

DeWit claims that he received an “ultimatum” from Lake’s team, demanding his resignation or expect the release of additional damaging recordings. Faced with this decision, DeWit chose to step down, stating that he did not want to risk any further revelations.

The audio recording, released by the London-based news site DailyMail.com, captures DeWit telling Lake that there are influential individuals who want to keep her out of politics. He suggests that they are willing to use their resources to ensure this outcome.

Critics argue that the audio quality suggests Lake was wearing a wireless microphone during the conversation, raising questions about the intention behind the recording. DeWit contends that the conversation was taken out of context, emphasizing that it was an open and unguarded exchange between friends in Lake’s living room.

DeWit further alleges that Lake’s decision to record the conversation was not only a betrayal of trust but also a violation of her fiduciary responsibilities as an employee. He questions how effective she can be as a United States Senator if she cannot be trusted to engage in private and confidential conversations.

Moreover, DeWit accuses Lake of setting up the conversation to gain control over the state party. He claims that she crafted her responses with the knowledge that she was being recorded, intending to use the recording to shape her narrative as a heroic figure.

Ultimately, DeWit states that he resigned due to the distraction caused by the release of the recordings. He affirms that his actions will always prioritize what is best for Arizona Republicans, their elected officials, and their mission to reclaim the White House.


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