Following dismal polling and a flop rally in Tulsa, Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale is to step down, reports Vanity Fair.
Brad Parscale defended Donald Trump's reelection efforts as the president's poll numbers continue to slide, claiming in an article Thursday morning that the campaign has 'just begun' ramping up.
President Donald Trump is reportedly still seething at his campaign staff for Saturday’s botched rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma. One former Trump adviser tells Yahoo News that the president is “getting madder by the day” at campaign chief Brad Parscale after he failed to fill a 19,000-seat arena in Tulsa. “The president has diminishing confidence in [
President Donald Trump’s daughter and her husband are reportedly angry at Trump 2020 campaign manager Brad Parscale after a Tulsa rally failed to meet expectations. According to CNN’s Jim Acosta, Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner were said to be “pissed” at the campaign manager because thousands of the arena’s seats were empty. From our Chief [
Ten days after President Trump’s rally in Tulsa, Okla., there has been a shakeup in the Trump 2020 Campaign.
They'll both spend record amounts of money, and the race won't change one bit.
Trump insiders say there is no need to shake up a sputtering campaign, even as pressure mounts on campaign manager Brad Parscale for a poor turnout at Saturday’s rally in Tulsa and weeks of disappointing polls.
Until this week, Mr. Parscale, the president’s campaign manager, was one of only three people whose Facebook and Instagram pages had been used by the campaign to display ads. The others were Donald Trump and Mike Pence.
Brad Parscale was caught using campaign funds to promote ads on his own personal Facebook page, the New York Times reported Tuesday. According to the report, Parscale, who is the campaign manager for President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign, has campaign ads for Trump running off of his personal page instead of Trump, Pence or the [
President Donald Trump’s campaign manager Brad Parscale took to the editorials in the Washington Post to claim Trump really is winning in places that it counts. Political columnist Paul Waldman, however, thinks Parscale is naive if he thinks 39 percent of really excited voters can lead Trump to victory. “All that money, all those ads, [