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President Trump is likely to form a new political action committee and is expected to tap his former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski to play a leading role in the endeavor.

Trump discussed his new political efforts during a meeting Thursday of his closest political allies, according to a source familiar with the meeting.

Politico first reported on Thursday that Trump told advisers at the meeting that he intends to task Lewandowski with spearheading a new super PAC.

“We haven’t made any formal announcements yet, but Corey will play a major role in any upcoming effort,” said Jason Miller, a spokesman for the former president. Lewandowski did not return a request for comment.

Trump met Thursday at his Mar-A-Lago club with his eldest son, Donald Trump Jr.; former Trump campaign aides Bill Stepien, Brad Parscale and Justin Clark; former White House social media director Dan Scavino; former White House aide Nick Luna; Miller; and attorney Alex Cannon, according to the source familiar with the meeting. Lewandowski is also said to have participated for part of the meeting.


The meeting was described as positive and everyone involved was “on the same page,” according to the source. The individuals are all expected to play a role in Trump’… (Read more)

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