President Donald Trump announced late Wednesday that he has appointed Bill Stepien as his campaign manager, replacing Brad Parscale who will remain as a senior advisor in the campaign.
Stepien previously worked for former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R), and also had served as manager for Christies gubernatorial campaigns in 2009 and in 2013. He also worked for other New Jersey Republican politicians prior becoming involved with Christies campaign. He was fired in 2014 after Christie said he “lost confidence” in Stepiens judgment.
Stepien served as a senior political adviser and a national field director for Trumps 2016 campaign, and later served as a White House political director in the Trump administration. He was the deputy campaign manager prior to now taking on the campaign manager role.
In a statement, Trump said that Parscale would be a senior adviser to the campaign.
“I am pleased to announce that Bill Stepien has been promoted to the role of Trump Campaign Manager. Brad Parscale, who has been with me for a very long time and has led our tremendous digital and data strategies, will remain in that role, while being a Senior Advisor to the campaign,” Trump said.
Trump said that both Parscale and Stepien were “heavily involved” in bringing victory to the 2016 presidential elections and expressed hope to win once again in 2020.
“This one should be a lot easier as our poll numbers are rising fast, the economy is getting better, vaccines and therapeutics will soon be on the way, and Americans want safe streets and communities!” Trump said.
Parscale is a close ally of Trumps son-in-law and White House senior adviser Jared Kushner.
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