One of Trump’s aides recalled the recent fundraising for a current Republican in Mar-a-Lago, but he disapproved of this. Another aide once claimed to attendees that he played a role in arranging such gatherings. It worked-naturally, they should be hired as their fundraising consultants. .
The assistant said: “I won’t…pity…but don’t be so bold for anyone who wants to make money.”
Several former campaign officials and senior White House aides kept in touch with Trump through Mar-a-Lago’s regular meetings or weekly calls, and started their own business after the 2020 election. When they try to please themselves with new customers and donors, they have settled in different camps and remain vigilant with each other.
Former campaign manager Bill Stepien worked with deputy campaign manager Justin Clark and consultant Nick Trainer Political Consultancy Company; Former 201
The person close to the former president said: “People around Trump are telling him’you need us,’ but they do need him.”
Trump spokesman Jason Miller (Jason Miller) maintains regular contact with the former president and his assistants who currently work for him, and he questioned Trump’s claims of friction on the track. Instead, Miller said he had never seen such harmony.
He said: “I have been in Trump World for five years, and I think that at this moment there is less competition or conflict among allies than I have ever seen.” “The president has always been in his track. True believers, they understand that he makes his own decisions, and we play a very special role in supporting him.”
Another former aide who is still in regular contact with Trump’s advisers agrees that the most basic political actions are “getting along”.
However, the whispering campaign and melee have gone far beyond Trump’s direct aides. Some of the former president’s most trusted external allies have personally urged him to abandon his current team, claiming that those he surrounded were only focused on getting rich or were too clumsy to carry out successful post-presidential operations.