Amid speculation about a staff shake-up inside the White House, President Trump is reportedly considering bringing on former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski to “bring order” to the staff.
As Politico reports:
Former officials including Jason Miller, David Bossie and Corey Lewandowski have slid back into the president’s group of advisers as Trump has chafed at the steady stream of damaging leaks and critical blind quotes that have flowed out of the West Wing.
Lewandowski reportedly met with the president on Wednesday and he recently resigned from his lobbying group Avenue Strategies.
The political operative came into focus during the primary after reporter Michelle Fields and her then-fiance Jamie Weinstein accused him of grabbing and slamming her to the ground during a Trump rally. In what became a national story, video evidence later showed Lewandowski briefly holding her arm.
California farmers have spoken out after years of agricultural-labor shortages finally reached a crisis point amid President Trump’s stronger immigration enforcement and better employment options for immigrants.
Students at one Washington state college have occupied campus buildings, disrupted an event to honor faculty and forced police to warn a professor to hold his classes off campus due to concerns for his safety.