Former Donald Trump Campaign Manager Corey Lewandowski talks with 101.7 / 710 KEEL's Robert J Wright and Erin McCarty about the 2016 campaign, the President's "relationship" with the mainstream media and his new book, "Trump's Enemies."

Lewandowski, who, with David Bossie will be featured speakers Wednesday at the Women's Republican Club of Shreveport, told KEEL listeners that despite their worries, that the President's backers should not be concerned that Trump will become discouraged by the constant media onslaught. "Trump is the storm," says Lewandowski when asked about the President's will to implement his agenda.

Meanwhile, David Bossie is being mentioned as a top contender as the President's new Chief of Staff to replace the outgoing John Kelly.

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"One indication that Team Trump is now starting from scratch—and searching for a chief of staff who can both serve the president’s needs and be portrayed as a high-profile hire—is the emergence of David Bossie on the shortlist.

His inclusion on the shortlist would have seemed remarkable just two years ago. But aides who have served under both Kelly and former White House chief of staff Reince Priebus, say Bossie has the characteristics that could allow him to succeed where they failed. He is comfortable working away from the spotlight and executing the president’s mission. He also knows Trump—having been a top deputy on the 2016 campaign."


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