Categories
Former Report

REPORT: Former Trump Campaign Manager Brad Parscale Advising Caitlyn Jenner On Potentially Running For California Governor

April 08, 2021 9:08 AM ET Brad Parscale, Donald Trump’s former campaign manager, is reportedly helping retired U.S. Olympian Caitlyn Jenner in her potential bid to become California’s next governor. “[Caitlyn Jenner] is very, very, very serious” about her campaign, and Parscale, who has been friends with Jenner since 2017, is helping her find “the…

Brad Parscale, Donald Trump’s former campaign manager, is allegedly helping retired U.S. Olympian Caitlyn Jenner in her potential bid to become California’s next governor.

“[Caitlyn Jenner] is very, very, very serious” about her campaign, also Parscale, who has been friends with Jenner because 2017, is assisting her find”the best talent in the country,” a source informed FOX News.

Jenner would be the second high-profile person Parscale is helping in politics, with Trump being the first, according to the outlet.  (RELATED: Caitlyn Jenner Considering Run For California Governor)

Caitlyn Jenner attends the screening of Summit Entertainment's

Caitlyn Jenner attends the screening of Summit Entertainment’s”Hacksaw Ridge” at Samuel Goldwyn Theater on October 24, 2016 at Beverly Hills, California. (Photo from Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

The Republican TV star is reportedly considering a run for California governor while incumbent Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom faces a recall election. She is also the second LGBTQ candidate contemplating a run in the recall election, LGBTQ Nation reported.

Parscale switched to politics after working in the tech business, with his first large role coming in 2016 for the Trump campaign.

After the effort’s success, he was promoted to Trump’s 2020 campaign director in 2018. Parscale has been instrumental in establishing the campaign’s digital fundraising system, which allowed it to get more cash when the COVID-19 pandemic made it hard to assemble funds in person.

Trump demoted Parscale close to this 2020 election and replaced him with Bill Stepien after several campaign events observed smaller-than-expected turnout while Trump’s poll numbers were falling.

Read More

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *