Trump Campaign Manager Brad Parscale Talks About Other States In Play For Trump In 2020 (VIDEO)

Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale appeared on Face the Nation this weekend and talked about how Trump may expand his reach to other states in 2020, besides the ones he won in 2016.

The Hill reports:

Trump campaign manager names blue states ‘in play’ for 2020

President Trump’s 2020 campaign manager on Sunday outlined several states won by Hillary Clinton that the Trump campaign believes will be “in play” in 2020.

In addition to the campaign’s work in states that were key to Trump’s 2016 victory — including Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin — the campaign is setting its sights on Minnesota, New Mexico and New Hampshire, campaign manager Brad Parscale told CBS’s “Face The Nation.”

“I think Nevada, you know, even Colorado” are winnable for the campaign, Parscale added. “And so those are states we did not win in 2016 that I think are open for 2020.”

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Parscale also told CBS the campaign was developing “one of the largest ground games in history” and plans to deploy 1.6 million volunteers, compared to about 700,000 in 2016.

“In every single metric we’re looking at being bigger, better and badder than we were in 2016 … but this time we’re not out there trying to prove we can do something. The president’s proved he has done it, and now we just have to deliver what he’s done,” Parscale added.

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Here are some recent tweets from Parscale:

He has been a great campaign manager for Trump. He was on board long ago when the media thought they had no chance.

 

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