Republican Operatives Issue Warnings About Donald Trump’s 2020 Team

President Donald Trump exits the Oval Office and walks to the Rose Garden to speak to the media at the White House.

A report from The Washington Examiner published on Friday detailed what appear to be growing concerns among some Republican Party strategists and veterans of President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign.

Trump recently appointed operative Bill Stepien as his campaign manager, demoting longtime ally Brad Parscale.

Among some of those who participated in Trump’s 2016 insurgent run, Stepien — who managed attorney Rudy Giuliani and late Arizona Sen. John McCain’s presidential bids — is reportedly seen as a figure of the Republican Party establishment.

According to advisory board member of Trump 2020 John Fredericks, Stepien would be more suited to work for a Republican like Utah Sen. Mitt Romney, who was the only GOP senator to vote to convict Trump in the upper chamber’s impeachment trial.

Fredericks said that operatives like Corey Lewandowski — who briefly managed Trump’s first White House bid — would have been a better fit for the job.

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