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Arizona GOP chair resigns after audio leaked of conversation with Kari Lake

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Jeff DeWit, the chairman of the Arizona GOP, has resigned after audio emerged appearing to show him trying to convince Kari Lake not to run for the Senate, in exchange for a lucrative job. NBC News’ Vaughn Hillyard reports that DeWit says Lake’s team threatened to release a “more damaging recording” if he did not resign while Lake’s campaign denies it blackmailed DeWit.