Trump changes his election campaign manager
US President Trump has replaced his campaign manager for the next election.
According to the British Broadcasting Corporation, President Trump has confirmed the replacement of his campaign manager Brad Parcel and the appointment of Bell Stephen, who was Trump’s field campaign manager in 2016, as a manager, while Parcel has been appointed as a senior adviser.
“Brad Parcel has been with me for a long time and he has led our great digital and data strategies,” President Trump said in a statement on Twitter.
President Trump has confirmed that Parcel will continue to campaign and serve as a senior adviser.
Earlier, sources close to President Trump accused Brad Parcel of staging a failed rally in Oklahoma last month, according to the British Broadcasting Corporation.