Corey Lewandowski

Democrats, stuck in Watergate mode, bungle Lewandowski testimony

Byron York, Washington Examiner

The president and his team cooperated extensively with the special counsel, which will make the Judiciary Committee's task of pressing an obstruction of justice case against them all the more difficult. Trump has flummoxed Watergate-fixated Democrats with a simple strategy: cooperate with the special counsel. In not cooperating with the Judiciary Committee leadership, he is in effect arguing that he has already cooperated with the important investigation and does not have to cooperate with a political investigation on Capitol Hill, especially when the House leadership cannot decide whether it is a formal impeachment proceeding or not.

President Trump, deny your creatures access so they can’t sell it

Editors, Washington Examiner

President Trump doesn’t have the power, even if he wanted it, to rid Washington of the corruption, the revolving door, and the cash-for-access and quid-pro-quo dealing that infects K Street. But he does have the power to drain a bit of the swamp. He could say “knock it off” to all the friends and associates who followed him to Washington in hope of making a fortune from their connections to him. He could set a policy of refusing access to anyone brought to his door by swamp creatures such as Michael Cohen and Corey Lewandowski.

A Republican “Surrender” To Hillary?

Jamie Weinstein a “senior writer” at The Daily Caller proposes another #NeverTrump fraternity house prank: Republicans simply "surrendering" our country to Hillary Clinton.

Trump on Lewandowski firing: 'Time for a different kind of campaign'

Christiano Lima, Politico

The real estate mogul hinted at a potential change in tone for the campaign, something Republican leaders have been calling for as he prepares to enter into a race against presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

Trump, not Lewandowski, to blame for campaign's woes

W. James Antle III, Washington Examiner

The biggest problems with Trump's presidential run are of his own making. They can't be solved through a staffing change. They can only be fixed at the top.

The first INTERNAL whispers of trouble within the Donald Trump campaign.

Moe Lane, RedState

Apparently Team Trump let a lot of people go last month, and some of those people were more than happy to tell their stories, and air more than a little of their dirty laundry in the process. Which is one reason why you don’t do mass layoffs in the middle of a campaign season, particularly when you’re about to have a bad couple of weeks.

Is Trump About To Be Co-opted By The DC Political Class?

Speculation is rampant that Paul Manafort, "the quintessential embodiment of the Beltway Consultant Class, about whom Mr. Trump despairs, and that which he supposedly would overthrow” is about to takeover the Trump campaign and replace Trump's controversial campaign manager Corey Lewandowski.

In Wisconsin Trump Hits the Limit of His Stream of Consciousness Campaign

The arrest of Donald Trump’s campaign manager for grabbing a female reporter, and Trump’s ridiculous attempts to lie and tweet him out of the rap in the face of clear video evidence drove Trump’s numbers with women even lower. But Trump hit the limit of his stream of consciousness campaign with the truly bizarre statement that women who have an abortion should somehow be punished if abortion is illegal.

Who is Corey Lewandowski?

Karen Tumulty, Washington Post

The GOP front-runner and the man he tapped to run his campaign are an unlikely pair. One is a blustery celebrity billionaire whose hairstyle is a marvel of engineering and styling products; the other, an intense political operative who grew up in a blue-collar Massachusetts mill town and sports a no-fuss buzz cut.

#NeverHillary Lost During CNN Wisconsin Town Halls

In the aftermath of CNN’s “town hall” one has to ask again, why, despite years of evidence of the folly of giving that much power to the establishment media, did the RNC agree to let its candidates be subject to a three-hour long influence operation aimed at trivializing the remaining Republican presidential candidates on national TV? The only answer is that the establishment GOP remains the Party of Stupid.

You Be The Jury: Video Of Lewandowski Assault

Steve Berman, The Resurgent

Now that the arrest warrant has been issued by the Jupiter Police Department, and Lewandowski turned himself in, we can see the evidence ourselves. This surveillance video was released by the police. What I see is the little twerp making a bee-line for Michelle Fields like she was “Squeaky” Fromme drawing a Colt .45 on Gerald Ford.

Breitbart reporter, editor resign amid Trump controversy

Jesse Byrnes, The Hill

Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields and an editor have resigned amid the conservative website's handling of an alleged assault of Fields by Donald Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski. Editor-at-large Ben Shapiro also announced his resignation, panning some of the website's current leadership under the namesake of founder Andrew Breitbart, saying, "Andrew's life mission has been betrayed."

Who is Corey Lewandowski?

Leon H. Wolf, RedState

It’s telling, for anyone who thinks that Trump will change anything about the way Washington works, that Trump has chosen a man like Lewandowski, a long time lobbyist and defender of Washington crooks, to serve as his campaign manager. That Trump stands beside him even after the Fields incident says something different entirely.

Trump Campaign Manager Calls Reporter 'Delusional' After She Says He Assaulted Her

Erick Erickson, The Resurgent

It is beyond appalling and more evidence that neither Trump nor his ardent supporters have any sense of shame or propriety and we should not expect growth on those fronts if Trump is the Republican nominee. This is another reason why opposition to Trump is not about issues. It is about values.

Report: Trump campaign manager tussles with reporter

Cyra Master, The Hill

Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields was trying to ask Trump a question as he exited his Tuesday night press conference in Jupiter, Fla. Secret Service agents were starting to clear a path, the report said, when Trump Campaign Manager Corey Lewandowski grabbed Fields's arm, moving her out of the way and nearly knocking her to the ground.