Brad Parscale

Donald Trump’s former campaign manager is working to elect a long shot Ohio gubernatorial candidate — and he’s doing it in fancy cowboy boots.
"I said this multiple times and he chose a different path," Brad Parscale told Fox News' Martha MacCallum.
Some Trump campaign aides privately acknowledge they are facing difficult spending decisions at a time when Joe Biden has flooded the airwaves.
The former campaign manager was involuntarily hospitalized last weekend. His wife has said allegations of domestic violence were misconstrued.
The former Trump campaign manager was arrested Sunday following a standoff with police.
The former Trump campaign manager was demoted in July during a late-in-the-race staff shake-up.
The president is facing a cash crunch as much of the $1.1 billion his campaign and Republicans raised since 2019 has already been spent.
So far, $216.6 million of spending by Trump’s campaign and related committees has flowed through just two firms, with no disclosure of how that money was spent.
President Donald Trump is demoting his campaign manager Brad Parscale amid plummeting poll numbers and a failed rally in Oklahoma.
The former campaign manager's "Death Star" boast is now blowing up on him.
The White House said veteran political operative Bill Stepien will step into the role just four months before the 2020 election.
"That’s insane. They’re burning huge bonfires of money *and* falling further behind," one Twitter user said.
“The president is not going to pay for losing campaign strategy,” a former campaign adviser said.
TikTok users and K-Pop fans flooded the campaign with ticket requests to falsely inflate interest.
The president initially expected a large overflow crowd of supporters who couldn't get inside the arena, but there was only a smattering of people outside.
Biden prayed with Black leaders at Bethel AME Church in Delaware. His kneeling was superimposed over violent protest scenes in an ad for Donald Trump.
The Lincoln Project and Republicans for the Rule of Law are out with new spots slamming the president.
The irony of the reelection slogan "Keep America Great" on required protective gear amid a pandemic was not lost.
Twitter users are wondering if Team Trump has actually seen "Star Wars."
Trump aides are "giving him fake polls" so they can continue to make money off the failing campaign, the Democratic political consultant says.