United States President, Donald Trump on Tuesday named Brad Parscale as his campaign manager for his re-election bid.
Parscale worked on Trump’s 2016 campaign as its digital director.
The Drudge Report called Parscale’s appointment a “bold move” and said it was the earliest any president had named a campaign manager for his re-election bid. Trump’s decision comes 980 days before the 2020 election.
In an email announcing Parscale’s appointment, Eric Trump called Parscale an “amazing talent.”
“He has our family’s complete trust and is the perfect person to be at the helm of the campaign,” he said.
The announcement noted that the campaign would be engaged in the 2018 midterms this year.
Also, yes, in case you didn’t know, Trump is running for re-election in 2020.
Here’s the thing: The president filed federal paperwork that indicated he was running for re-election on the same day he was sworn into office. And he held his first re-election campaign rally a year ago this month. (USAToday)