President Trump has undoubtedly had one of the most contentious administrations in the history of our nation.
The swirl of controversies has not dissuaded him from staying on course. Rumors have gone around claiming Trump is, “tired of being President” and wants to “go back to his old life”. Tuesday morning he crushed those and announced that he will be running for the 2020 election, and will be campaigning for it immediately.
Of course the campaign will need its own campaign manager, and for that Trump is reenlisting his digital guru, Brad Parscale.
Parscale was remained largely in the shadows up until now, but he is responsible for Trump’s digital presence in the 2016 election.
Trump spoke of his talents when he made the announcement on his website,
“an amazing talent who was “pivotal to our success in 2016.”
Jared Kushner has praised him as well,
“was essential in bringing a disciplined technology and data-driven approach to how the 2016 campaign was run.”
Trump spent about $94 million to win the election, and about 80% of that was spent on Facebook ads.