In Case You Missed It, the New Hampshire Democratic Party is shining a light on Corey Lewandowski and how he has been selling access to the Trump administration to the highest bidder. www.CorruptCorey.org highlights:
Corey's lobbyist history: how he has shamelessly schemed to cash in on the Trump presidency.
What Corey is offering his clients: Trump's twitter password for Wall Street firms, and so much more...
The clients Corey works for: Serbian nationalists, Russian-backed American Ethane Company, LLC, etc.
For more, read on in The Hill: NH Dems attack Lewandowski's lobbying ties amid Senate speculation. The New Hampshire Democratic Party hit Corey Lewandowski's lobbying ties in a new website out on Friday first seen by The Hill, amid speculation he will run for Senate in the Granite State. The website, which is dubbed 'Corrupt Corey, Inc' resembles a consulting firm's website and accuses the former Trump campaign manager of advocating for pay-day lenders preying on Americans and setting up meetings with foreign governments on behalf of the Trump administration, among other lobbying activities. "Corey Lewandowski has been cashing in, profiting off his relationships and selling access to almost every shady client imaginable, including bad actors like pay-day lenders, big oil, and even foreign interests," New Hampshire Democratic Party spokesman Josh Marcus-Blank said in a statement to The Hill. "We're simply shining some light where Corrupt Corey won’t, on the same corporate special interest clients he’ll continue to serve even as a candidate for the U.S. Senate," he continued. The launch comes ahead of the state's Democratic Party convention on Saturday. Speculation has mounted that Lewandowski will launch a challenge against incumbent New Hampshire Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen in 2020... Lewandowksi told Hill.TV on Thursday that he is "very close" to making a decision on whether to run. If Lewandowski decides to run for Senate, he would first have to get through the state's Republican Primary, where he would join candidates former New Hampshire House Speaker Bill O’Brien, retired brigadier general Donald Bolduc, and retired military veteran Bryant "Corky" Messner.