Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski is offering probable clients for his new awareness raising firm access to the president's prized Twitter account, BuzzFeed News reported Wednesday. While dating companies like Facebook and Blackstone Group, Lewandowski indirectly has influence over President Donald Trump's tweets.
Confidently Unclear, He Claims He Knows The Password
It was unclear whether Lewandowski claimed to know the password to the Twitter account or if he was just self-assured that he has swayed over Trump and his team. Lewandowski steadfastly denied he made these statements in emails to BuzzFeed News. He claimed to have never met with those firms and said that he has never conversed Trump's Twitter account with a prospect client.
"I never met Blackstone," Lewandowski wrote. "Please make sure the report is precisely true! I doubt you will." A White House official assured BuzzFeed News that Lewandowski "does not have access" to Trump's Twitter account.
He Appears After Not Getting A Position In The White House
After Trump won the presidency, Lewandowski hoped high to attain a senior adviser spot in the White House. After it became superficial for the former campaign manager - who was dismissed from his role after the primaries - did not have a position in the new administration, he set off to K Steet to offer special concern accessing Oval Office. Last month, Lewandowski retweeted a Bloomberg story that called his new firm, Avenue Strategies, "Trump's K Street Office."
In case there are any charges of insincerity, Lewandowski added that his firm does not have personal conflict with Trump's pledge to "drain the swamp.""I think what Donald Trump said was, Washington supplicants have used their special access to the loss of the American people," Lewandowski told Bloomberg. "Our goal here is to help businesses grow and expand, which falls straight in line with the goals of this administration."