“I am proud to have Steve Wynn on board as RNC Finance Chairman,” said Chairwoman McDaniel. “His incredible career has been marked not just by extraordinary business success, but meaningful relationships with his employees, guests, and Americans of all backgrounds."
WSJ, January 26, 2018:If the DNC truly stands up for women like they say they do, then returning Weinstein's dirty money should be a no-brainer.— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) October 6, 2017
"[D]ozens of people The Wall Street Journal interviewed who have worked at Mr. Wynn’s casinos told of behavior that cumulatively would amount to a decades-long pattern of sexual misconduct by Mr. Wynn. Some described him pressuring employees to perform sex acts."NYT January 27, 2018:
Stephen Wynn, the billionaire casino mogul and prominent political donor, has stepped down as finance chairman of the Republican National Committee, following a report that he engaged in a yearslong pattern of sexual misconduct with his casino employees.Mr. Wynn, who had been selected for the committee position by President Trump, was facing growing calls to step aside in the wake of a detailed investigative report in The Wall Street Journal on Friday that said Mr. Wynn had frequently demanded naked massages from female employees, and sometimes pressured them for sexual intercourse or to perform sex acts on him.\In a statement on Saturday, the committee’s chairwoman, Ronna Romney McDaniel, said, “Today I accepted Steve Wynn’s resignation as Republican National Committee finance chair.” The committee had remained silent until Ms. McDaniel first spoke to Mr. Trump, who has a longstanding friendship with his fellow casino mogul.