The City of Albuquerque has referred former president Donald Trump’s campaign to a collection agency after the campaign failed to pay approximately $200,000 following the then president’s rally in Rio Rancho in 2019.
GOP pollster Frank Luntz knows plenty about elections. Luntz first came into prominence working for Pat Buchanan’s 1992 campaign and has deeply studied every election since.
Luntz recently appeared at an event hosted by Peter Mandelson’s Global Counsel. While there, he told the crowd that Donald Trump is running the worst campaign he has ever seen.
Dr. Ronny Jackson spent quite a long time as the Physician to the President. He began his tenure in the White House in 2013, serving under then President Barack Obama. When Donald Trump was elected, Dr. Jackson stayed on board serving under Trump until 2018.
Trump adviser Jason Miller tried to claim that Biden is hiding in the basement, as the former VP campaigns while Trump is hospitalized.
Joe Biden had a lengthy Vice Presidential vetting process that saw 11 different women interviewed for the position. And while all of the candidates brought with them impressive credentials, Kamala Harris was always seen as one of the favorites.
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.
A number of White House aides don’t want to see the President’s tweets, according to a new report from ABC News. This is despite the fact that Twitter is his preferred medium.
Donald Trump sends several tweets almost every day and frequently breaks his own record for tweets and retweets. But according to the ABC News story, many of his aides see this as a problem.
Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale compared their operation to the Death Star in Star Wars, which ended up being destroyed at the end of the movie.
The Trump campaign has branched out into a new type of merchandise – face masks. Though the President has declined to wear one, his reelection campaign could soon be selling them.
The Wall Street Journal reported on Friday that Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign has ordered red masks branded with “Trump” as part of its appeal to senior citizens.
During Senate testimony, FBI Director Christopher Wray said that he has no evidence that the Trump campaign was spied on.
It just became official: the Republican Party is now the party of Donald Trump, which will probably result in disaster for them in the 2020 elections.
POLITICO is reporting that the GOP has basically re-branded itself as the “Trump Party:”
All the facts of Butina’s crimes haven’t been released to the public but we do know she was given the job of coming to the U.S. and establishing contacts and relationships with powerful executives of the National Rifle Association (NRA). Through her NRA contacts she was then able to meet and get to know intimately some of the NRA’s top employees: Republican politicians, including prominent members of Congress as well as governor Scott Walker of Wisconsin.
On Wednesday we reported a problem with respect to Trump campaign flags:
“The red, white and blue banners for U.S. President Donald Trump’s second-term campaign are ready to ship, emblazoned with the words “Keep America Great!” But they are made in eastern China and soon could be hit by punitive tariffs of Trump’s own making as he ratchets up a rancorous trade dispute with Beijing.”
Fox News has suspended ex-Trump deputy campaign manager David Bossie for two weeks for telling after he told an African-American guest that he was out of his cotton picking mind.
Bossie was arguing with Democratic strategist Joel Payne when he said, “You’re out of your cotton-picking mind.”
Cambridge Analytica had a detailed 27-page blueprint for making Donald Trump victorious in the 2016 presidential election according to exclusive new reporting in The Guardian newspaper. The internal company document which was leaked by a high-level source from the company, explains how data was used to create 10,000 different ads that supported Trump. These ads were all played to different targeted audiences during the summer and fall of 2016, and the ads were viewed billions of times.
Unlike the non-scandal surrounding Hillary Clinton's use of a personal email account that defined last year's campaign coverage, this one could actually uncover a smoking gun.
The move by Mueller suggests that, while the Trump campaign claims to be "voluntarily" handing over all Russia-related documentation, they aren't being fully forthcoming.
Sources indicated that some of the information collected via wiretaps included "communications that sparked concerns among investigators that Manafort had encouraged the Russians to help with the campaign."
In an interview with Reuters, Donald Trump said, “I think many people would have held that meeting."
"This meeting, purportedly in June, in July the Russians start dumping documents helpful to Donald Trump, hurtful to Hillary Clinton."