President Donald J. Trump looks at diagrams and photos during his meeting with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Tuesday, April 28, 2020, in the Oval Office of the White House. (Official Photo by Shealah Craighead)
Trump and his team of operatives have set their sights on a new target.
According to a new report from the NH Journal which details a conversation between Radio Personality Howie Carr and Trump’s former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski:
“When we spoke earlier in the day, you told me that [President Trump] assigned you a couple of duties and one is in your home state of New Hampshire,” Carr said to Lewandowski. “What’s your assignment for President Trump in New Hampshire?”
“The president is very unhappy with the chief executive officer of the state of New Hampshire, Chris Sununu,” Lewandowski replied. “And Sununu, in the president’s estimation, is someone who’s never been loyal to him. And the president said it would be really great if somebody would run against Chris Sununu.”
Lewandowski told Carr that Trump gave him two jobs to complete in New Hampshire: 1) Getting a candidate to take on US Senator Maggie Hassan and 2) finding an “America First” candidate to take on Chris Sununu.