YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Two of the architects of Donald Trump’s successful 2016 presidential campaign expressed confidence Tuesday that the real estate developer and reality show star would repeat that performance and secure a second term in the 2020 election.
Corey Lewandowski and David Bossie, co-authors of “Let Trump Be Trump” and “Trump’s Enemies,” were the featured speakers at an Ohio Republican Party fundraiser held at the Youngstown Country Club. Lewandowski served as chief political adviser and campaign manager for the Trump campaign, and Bossie signed on as deputy campaign manager following Paul Manafort’s firing by the campaign.
The luncheon event itself was closed to the news media, but Lewandowski and Bossie made themselves available to reporters for interviews following the event. The luncheon provided them an opportunity to talk about the Trump administration’s successes “and remind the Republican voters exactly what’s at stake going into next year’s presidential election,” Lewandowski said.
“We wanted to share with the folks here in Ohio exactly what Ohio meant to this president in 2016 and what it means to him today, and how important Ohio is to him and his presidency,” said Bossie, president of the PAC Citizens United.
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