Caitlyn Jenner, a former Olympic champion and reality television star, wants to be the next governor of California. In order to do so, she has hired some pretty big names when it comes to campaign strategy.
As more competent and experienced people left his campaign over time, Donald Trump replaced them with increasingly incompetent, sycophantic hangers on.
People like Rudy Giuliani and Jared Kushner were given major roles. And somehow, a pillow entrepreneur and former crack addict also became a part of Trump’s circle.
Despite the fact that COVID-19 was ravaging the country, Donald Trump wanted to continue holding rallies last year. The first of these rallies was to be held in ruby red Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The Trump campaign had big plans for the rally. There was not only sets inside, but also an overflow area outside where the former president would address the people who couldn’t get inside the building.
It’s been a pretty wild year for Brad Parscale. He originally came onto the political scene by taking care of Donald Trump’s digital campaign in 2016. He impressed the president so much that he was made the 2020 campaign manager.
President Donald Trump‘s former campaign manager Brad Parscale is reportedly writing a book about his experience working for the campaign. Bloomberg reports that he’s working on a book deal after speaking with three sources familiar with Parscale’s plans.
Trump's former campaign manager Brad Parscale barricaded himself in his house with a gun and attempted to commit suicide according to police.
The Trump campaign has paused the majority of its spending on TV ads amid a “review” of its election strategy. Digital advertising has also been halted for now.
Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner are “pissed” with Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale following her father’s poorly attended rally on Saturday.
President Donald Trump’s daughter and son-in-law are angry with Parscale, according to sources close to the campaign. There has already been talk of Trump dropping his campaign manager.
President Donald Trump threatened his campaign manager Brad Parscale with a lawsuit over recent poll numbers indicating he is losing support over his response to the coronavirus pandemic. The information came from three individuals familiar with the matter who spoke to CNN.