Corey Lewandowski Tasked By Trump to Pick a NH GOP Senate Candidate: How Far Will Candidates Go?
Corey Lewandowski is back, and he’s on a mission for Donald Trump.
Lewandowski, Trump’s disgraced henchman, said yesterday on the Howie Carr Show that “the President tasked me” to get a “great candidate in the U.S. Senate race up here in New Hampshire.” Trump’s endorsement in the New Hampshire Senate race would be a “game changer” — so how far will the NH GOP Senate candidates go in their race to the right to win Lewandowski’s blessing and Trump’s coveted endorsement?
Chuck Morse, Kevin Smith, and Don Bolduc have all already said that they would accept an endorsement from Donald Trump — and now that Lewandowski has dangled that endorsement before them, the “crazy, complicated," and "messy” GOP Senate primary is going to become even more of a “hot mess.”
Listen to Lewandowski’s interview yesterday on the Howie Carr Show here.
Howie Carr: You were–when we spoke earlier in the day, you told me that he's assigned you a couple of duties, including one in your home state of New Hampshire, before we get to talking about Geoff Diehl, what's your assignment for President Trump in New Hampshire?
Corey Lewandowski: Well, look, the president, as some of your listeners can probably appreciate and understand, is very unhappy with the chief executive officer of the state of New Hampshire, Chris Sununu. And, you know, Governor Sununu in the president's estimation, is someone who's never been loyal to him. And you know, the president really said ‘it would be great if somebody were to run against Chris Sununu.’ And so the president is tasking me with a couple of things. One, making sure we've got a great candidate in the U.S. Senate race up here in New Hampshire who can beat Maggie Hassan, another failed hack -- you know, Washington, D.C politician who has never delivered. And the second is potentially finding someone to run against Chris Sununu to make sure that they understand that the America First agenda is more than just a saying. It's actually about putting people first and listening to what constituents have to say.