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Donald Trump is considering allowing former campaign leader Corey Lewandowski to lead his side in the accusation battle

Now, Donald Trump is considering bringing back political hardman Corey Lewandowski to fight his allegation

  • Donald Trump is considering allowing former campaign leader Corey Lewandowski to lead his side in the accusation battle
  • & # 39; I have had a discussion with anyone in the White House about a job & # 39 ;, Lewandowski told DailyMail.com
  • But he did not respond if he had spoken to someone about leading such an effort outside the White House
  • Trump praised Lewandowski on Wednesday for his testimony to the House Judiciary Committee last week
  • & # 39; Corey Lewandowski was fantastic recently, & # 39; he said
  • Lewandowski is also considering going to the New Hampshire Senate
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Donald Trump is considering bringing his insistent former campaign leader Corey Lewandowski back into the sheepfold to lead the fight in his accusation battle.

& # 39; I have had a discussion with anyone in the White House about a job & # 39 ;, Lewandowski told DailyMail.com.

He did not clarify whether he was talking to anyone about leading such an attempt from outside of Pennsylvania Avenue.

On Wednesday, the president praised Lewandowski for his testimony to the House Judiciary Committee last week, where the former Trump assistant argued with Democrats about his role in the Robert Mueller report and then came into contact with reporters who questioned him about his testimony.

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Donald Trump is considering allowing former campaign leader Corey Lewandowski to lead his side in the accusation battle

Donald Trump is considering allowing former campaign leader Corey Lewandowski to lead his side in the accusation battle

President Trump praised Lewandowksi & # 39; s testimony before the House Judiciary Committee last week

President Trump praised Lewandowksi & # 39; s testimony before the House Judiciary Committee last week

President Trump praised Lewandowksi & # 39; s testimony before the House Judiciary Committee last week

& # 39; Corey Lewandowski was fantastic recently, as a person who has tormented them, & # 39; said Trump during his press conference.

& # 39; You look at all the people who have harassed them, all legal costs. People came here with clear eyes; they wanted to make life so wonderful for other people. And they left where they spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on legal costs they didn't have. And it's sad. What these Democrats have done to destroy lives is so sad, & he added.

Lewandowski has also considered going to a senate seat in his home state of New Hampshire next year.

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But CNN reported that he also talks to White House officials about taking on a role of crisis management to help Trump fight the accusation process, while the president's advisers are trying to put together a team similar to the one that Bill Clinton had established to help him combat the accusations against accusation in the 1990s.

Lewandowski managed the Trump presidential campaign in 2016, but left it in June 2016 amid a power struggle.

During his time as Team Trump leader, a reporter for Brietbart News accused Lewandowski of taking a firm hold of her. He was not prosecuted for the charges.

Lewandowski was also criticized when a video showed him that he was grabbing a demonstrator by the collar, but he denied the act.

He and Trump stayed close to Lewandowski, a frequent guest at the White House and Air Force One.

Corey Lewandowski is also considering running for the Senate next year
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Corey Lewandowski is also considering running for the Senate next year

Corey Lewandowski is also considering running for the Senate next year

Lewandowski told Fox News last week that he will make a decision in October to go to the Senate.

Lewandowski has a long history in New Hampshire – he ran unsuccessfully in 2012 for Windham, N.H., the city's treasurer; he led Bob Smith's failed senate campaign in 2002; and he served as New Hampshire director for the Americans for Prosperity group – supported by the wealthy Koch brothers – when Trump tapped him to lead his presidential campaign.

He would challenge the current Democratic senator Jeanne Shaheen if he ran.

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Trump narrowly lost New Hampshire to Hillary Clinton in the 2016 elections, although he did win the state in the Republican primary game that year.

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