Wednesday, October 7, 2020

Team Trump Unveils ‘Operation MAGA’; Pence To Hold Rally Day After VP Debate

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Team Trump Unveils ‘Operation MAGA’; Pence To Hold Rally Day After VP Debate:
Vice President Mike Pence will host a campaign rally in Peoria, Arizona, on Thursday, the day after the vice presidential debate against Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA), a move that is part of a larger push the Trump campaign has dubbed “Operation MAGA.”
In a statement, the Trump campaign described Operation MAGA as a “full marshaling of top-level surrogates, campaign coalitions, and Trump supporters to rally behind the President” until he returns to the campaign trail. In-person events will continue after the vice presidential debate this week, said the campaign.
“Operation MAGA will fire up the entire MAGA universe to keep President Trump’s campaign at full speed until our Commander-in-Chief returns to the campaign trail,” said Campaign Manager Bill Stepien in a statement. “Vice President Mike Pence, the First Family, our coalitions, and our grassroots supporters will be out in full force to show the real enthusiasm behind the President’s re-election and to show we’re working as hard as he always does. We also encourage all of the President’s supporters to pick up the banner themselves by volunteering in our grassroots Army for Trump, flying their Trump flags, putting out more yard signs, and wearing their MAGA gear proudly.” --->READ MORE HERE
Trump campaign keeping at ‘full speed’ with 'Operation MAGA' as Trump fights COVID-19:
The Trump campaign is keeping at “full speed” as President Trump fights the novel coronavirus, with a new “Operation MAGA” that includes events featuring Vice President Pence and members of the Trump family in key battleground states across the country, Fox News has learned.
The new operation comes after the president tested positive for COVID-19 and is being treated at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien, who also tested positive for coronavirus on Friday, is working remotely, but is not slowing down, according to a senior campaign official.
“Bill is working remotely, but absolutely remains in total control of the campaign,” the official told Fox News, adding that Stepien’s longtime ally, deputy campaign manager Justin Clark, remains at campaign headquarters.
The official told Fox News that early Saturday morning, Stepien, Clark and senior adviser Jason Miller held a call with campaign communications, operations and political teams to describe the launch of “Operation MAGA” and get the teams working on the new initiative and to “rally everybody for the last 30 days” of the campaign. --->READ MORE HERE
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