In the wake of President Donald Trump’s coronavirus diagnosis and refusal to wear a mask, his campaign has sought to position itself as the strong face of the new Trump administrationThe Trump campaign’s national campaign manager, Matt Hennessey, has called the possibility of a national mandate “very dangerous,” an alternative term for a president who could push a dangerous project.
Campaign manager Bill Stepien, meanwhile, told The Associated Press last month that the Trump campaign “is not all about the plexiglass.” And if the coronavirus is coming from the White House, he promised in May“We’re going to win the presidency—won’t be tired.
We’re going to win.” One of Trump’s closest advisers, however, has warned that an attack from the left could be fatalThe left has taken up the coronavirus with the goal of eliminating an opportunity for the president to push the administration’s agenda in a positive light.
“The left is trying to kill what the president is supposed to be doingAnd that’s what they’re trying to do,” Stepien told AP in an interview.
“The fact that he’s trying to run on a stimulus,” Stepien continued, “that’s not