President Donald Trump is due to travel to Alabama on Friday to whip up votes in a Senate race that has laid bare the rift between the Republican party's leadership and its anti-establishment wing. In a move that surprised political analysts, Trump will appear alongside the party-approved incumbent rather than the controversial insurgent. Chairwoman Of The Republican National Committee Ronna Romney McDaniel joined the Todd Starnes Show today to discuss not only the "GOP civil war" happening in Alabama, but also the Graham-Cassidy healthcare bill (and Jimmy Kimmel's criticism of it) and President Trump's speech at the United Nations General Assembly, to which she said, "the U.S. is safer because of the leadership of President Trump." Listen to the full interview below: