President Trump’s campaign is making a senior management change, transferring Michael Glassner from chief working officer into a task overseeing authorized points.
Jeff DeWit, an Arizona businessman and longtime Trump ally, will take over as chief working officer, a task which has included oversight of marketing campaign rally operations. The transfer follows Mr. Trump’s recent rally in Tulsa, which featured a much smaller crowd than the marketing campaign had promoted, irritating the president.
Marketing campaign spokesman Tim Murtaugh stated in an announcement that the adjustments, first reported by Axios, have been “not a response to Tulsa.”
“Michael Glassner is transferring into the long-term position of navigating the numerous authorized programs we face, together with fits towards main media shops, a few of which is able to doubtless lengthen past the top of the marketing campaign,” Mr. Murtaugh stated. “He is among the founding members of Staff Trump and his dedication to the success of the President is unmatched.”
The president’s marketing campaign is confronted with the best way to finest maintain his signature rallies transferring ahead, given issues concerning the coronavirus. Mr. Trump was desirous to return to large crowds after months off the marketing campaign path as a result of pandemic, however in Oklahoma he drew about 6,200 folks to a 19,000 particular person venue.