The Trump family is a dynasty that will last for decades and drive GOP to a new party, said the president's campaign leader.
In a convention of party delegates in Indian Wells, California, Brad Parscale said: “The Trumps will be a dynasty that will last for decades and that will drive the Republican Party into a new party. One that adapts to changing cultures. You must continue to adapt while maintaining the conservative values that we believe in. & # 39;
He later refused to make his prediction or that the children of POTUS could become candidates for public office and told reporters after the Saturday speech: & I just think they are a dynasty. I think they are all great people with great opportunities. & # 39;
But then Parscale selected the children Don Jr., Ivanka and son-in-law Jared and added: & I think you think that about Don Jr. see, I think you see that from Ivanka. You can see it from Jared. You can see it all. & # 39;
Trump's campaign leader predicted that the president and his family would be & # 39; a dynasty that would last for decades & # 39 ;, transforming the Republican Party while striving for conservative values. Pictured from left to right is Don Jr., first lady Melania, Ivanka, Eric and Tiffany in 2016
At a convention of Republican Party delegates in Indian Wells, California, Brad Parscale later refused to elaborate on his prediction of a forthcoming & # 39; dynasty & # that the president's children could hold candidates for public office to become
Ivanka and her husband Jared both serve as the president's senior advisor.
The first daughter maintains a high profile in the administration and last week traveled with a senior official from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
And assistants to vice president Mike Pence were worried about rumors that the couple wanted to consider taking him off the ticket in 2020, according to a new account from the Trump and Pence camps.
Don Jr. is the vice president of the Trump organization, while his girlfriend, Kimberly Guilfoyle, is now part of the president's re-election campaign as a senior advisor.
Parscale also said the aim of the campaign is to build a national army of two million trained volunteers, far beyond the 2016 president's organization, which in California could help the GOP take back a set of US home chairs taken by Democrats last year.
The speech by Parscale was a highlight of the GOP conclave at the weekend, where party delegates tried to set out an election strategy in an increasingly democratic state that Trump lost in 2016 with more than four million votes. Polls show that the president is still unpopular outside of the exhausted GOP ranks of California.
He also acknowledged the obvious – that California was not a target for Trump in the 2020 campaign. He refused to respond directly to a reporter's question as to whether Trump would campaign for candidates in the state known as the home of the so-called Trump resistance. He said that would be the president's decision.
& # 39; This is not a swing status, & # 39; said Parscale, laughing from the crowd.
Trump poses with his family after officially announcing his campaign for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination at an event in Trump Tower in 2015. From left: Eric Trump and his wife Lara, Donald Trump, son Barron, Melania Trump, Vanessa Haydon and her ex-husband Donald Trump Jr., children Kia Trump and Donald Trump III, Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner and Tiffany Trump
Ivanka Trump keeps a high profile in her father's administration. She is pictured in a courtyard on Friday after an event for economic empowerment of women in Asuncion, Paraguay, on Friday
However, he emphasized that the campaign would invest heavily in the state because it builds up a huge volunteer network that can help candidates with the vote.
& # 39; Many of you are afraid that we have written you off, that California does not matter, & # 39; said Parscale. But & # 39; there is still much work to be done here. & # 39;
Nevertheless, the prospects for the California GOP in 2020 are challenging.
The party's struggle in California in recent years is well documented.
Democrats run every statewide office and both chambers of the legislature, while they are nearly four million ahead of voter registrations. Both seats of the American senate are in democratic hands, and the party has a 46-7 lead over Republicans in seats of the American home in the state.
In the meantime, the GOP has withered to third party status, with its voters significantly outnumbered by Democrats and independents. One should go back to 1988 to find a Republican presidential candidate who bore the state, George H.W. Bush.
Nevertheless, party leaders attending the convention are planning to give aggressive incentive to gain ground by 2020, including an attempt to regain US House seats, including several districts, wholly or partially in Orange County, a one-time nationwide famous GOP stronghold southeast of Los Angeles.
Ivanka and her husband Jared, pictured, both serve as the president's senior advisor
Donald Trump Jr. with girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle and their children. Don Jr. is the vice president of the Trump organization, while Kimberly is now part of the president's re-election campaign as a senior advisor
& # 39; We are ready to take the fight back to the Democrats & # 39 ;, Republican National Committee Member Harmeet Dhillon told delegates. She was followed on stage by various congress candidates, including Young Kim, who hopes for a rematch with Rep. Gil Cisneros in the 39th district that cuts across Northern Orange County.
& # 39; We will kick its rear end, & # 39; Kim said, heartily applause.
Parscale repeatedly urged delegates and activists to get involved in the campaign, saying that personal contact was the best way to convince voters.
A change will not be easy.
& # 39; The Republican Party of California cannot be saved at this time & # 39 ;, wrote Kristin Olsen, a former Republican leader in the State Assembly, after the 2018 elections in which Democrats strengthened their hold on political power in the state.
With its shrinking numbers, the GOP state has been debating for years whether the party should turn to the political center or to the right. Already in 2007, Republican governor Arnold Schwarzenegger warned that the party was dying at the checkout & # 39; and claiming problems that are usually related to the democratic agenda, including climate change and health care reform.
The last major push of a Republican presidential candidate to win California was in 2000, when George W. Bush was supported by more than $ 15 million and then lost 12 points to Democrat Al Gore.
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