It came as absolutely no surprise to anyone, except maybe Brad Parscale, when Trump demoted Parscale as his campaign manager and replaced him. The famous tagline from Donald Trump’s reality TV show was “you’re fired,” and he doesn’t seem to have changed that mantra much since then or stopped treating the White House as his newest reality TV show.
While Parscale isn’t fired outright and will continue to work on the Trump campaign, those around him say that he’s “deeply hurt,” according to POLITICO,” and that even Trump’s family felt “blindsided” by the news. Trump gave Parscale the typical Twitter send-off, saying that Parscale had done “tremendous” things for his campaign. That will last exactly as long as it takes Parscale to say something critical about him or somehow get tied to the Russian collusion story from 2016. At that point, Brad will become nothing more than an incompetent coffee boy, if Trump deigns to say he remembers him at all.
On Thursday, Parscale expressed his sorrows on Twitter, although no one felt all that sorry for him. Most people expected it after the failed Tulsa rally when he announced that nearly a million people had bought tickets to the event but only around 6,000 people showed up. Parscale tried to shift the blame to liberal voters, saying they had blocked doors to the entrance, but photos and videos from the entrance showed, once again, that a Trump official had lied.
Twitter didn’t seem very sympathetic to poor Brad’s plight. Read some of their comments below:
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