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The former trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski said before the House Judiciary Committee, chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge reports from Capitol Hill.
Corey Lewandowski, one of President Trump, the informal advisers, announced on Tuesday that he may for the Senate in New Hampshire.
“The new website just launched to help a potential Senate run. Sign up now!” he said, in addition to a link to what should be a super-PAC rail.
His announcement came as he tussled with Democrats in Congress during a hearing before the House Judiciary Committee. The former trump campaign manager, said earlier in the summer that he was considering a challenge to Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N. H.
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“The President needs to be a strong supporter of his on the ticket in New Hampshire,” said Lewandowski at that time. “New Hampshire is a state he lost by 2,700 votes, but that a strong, unified ticket, the Status will help him to be successful in 2020.”
This would not be the first foray into the race for the office itself. Lewandowski, during his studies at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell, in the year of 1994, representatives delivered for the Massachusetts state, but lost to Democratic opponents.
Shortly before this hearing, the Federal Election Committee reports, according to paperwork received for the “Stand with Corey” organization, Lewandowski appeared to link on Tuesday.
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Lewandowski, who is an ardent supporter of the President, touted trump card is the support on the website. The Website shows a large image of Trump smiling behind Lewandowski, and quoted the President saying: Lewandowski would be “fantastic.”
Lewandowski has been a vocal supporter of the President. And at the end of 2018, Lewandowski a book attack published on the Russia investigation and accused the “deep state” actors, which try to undermine the President.
Fox News’ John Roberts, Brooke Singman, and Paul Steinhauser contributed to this report.