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‘I’ve Got a Crook Running My Campaign’
Politico, by COREY LEWANDOWSKI

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Posted By:Drive, 12/5/2017 7:30:45 AM

We were somewhere over New Jersey, on our way to an event in Delaware, on the Trump helicopter when all hell broke loose. On board were Mr. Trump, the campaign’s press secretary Hope Hicks, security chief Keith Schiller, one Secret Service agent and me. Paul Manafort had been part of the campaign for a few weeks, his job to secure enough delegates to push Trump over the top at the Republican National Convention. When the boss originally asked me to set up a meeting for him with Manafort, I had to think for a second before the name made sense.

      


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Reply 1 - Posted by: earlybird, 12/5/2017 8:35:38 AM     (No. 11470999)

Corey got his toes pinched when Manafort was brought in to manage the delegate situation that was going badly south before the convention due to Cruz & Co’s machinations.

Corey was a grass roots guy who did well in the primaries, especially Iowa where he drew admiring reports from NBC. A small town guy, he didn’t understand that all of that would go for naught if Cruz was successful and Trump lost the nomination.

This book may be making his hurt feelings feel better, but it comes close to being another whine like Hillary’s. He should have hung on to his dignity and skipped it. Maybe he needed the money? Or missed the spotlight?

He’s not helping the country. Too much fodder for the hungry media.

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Reply 2 - Posted by: earlybird, 12/5/2017 8:39:55 AM     (No. 11471004)

I believed the family thought I wasn’t a team player and that I was trying to sabotage Paul’s relationship with their father. They didn’t realize it was the other way around: He was trying to sabotage me. I knew right then that my job had an expiration date.

“I believed”, “sabotage me”, “I knew right then that my job had an expiration date…” I, me, I my and on and on. This is a revenge piece that could end up harming the wrong person.

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Reply 3 - Posted by: mythman, 12/5/2017 8:55:18 AM     (No. 11471022)

Every word Lewandowski writes is doing major damage to the POTUS. The heavy use of the s- and f- bombs and the quoting of them is not helping either

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Reply 4 - Posted by: dvc, 12/5/2017 11:41:07 AM     (No. 11471221)

Taking recommendations from Tom Barrack and from Jared to hire Manafort.

Bad, bad news.

Good riddance. Wish Jared would be gone, too.

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