Trump Tweets: Sends congrats to former campaign manager


President Trump tweeted a note of congratulations to his former campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, and former deputy campaign manager David Bossie, for their new book, “Let Trump Be Trump,” which they wrote about their experiences on the campaign trail in the 2016 presidential election.

Lewandowski was Trump’s original campaign manager for the first several months of the race. He was replaced by Paul Manafort (who was later fired) just prior to the GOP National Convention. Bossie served with Trump’s campaign during the latter part of the race.

“Congratulations to two great and hardworking guys, Corey Lewandowski and David Bossie, on the success of their just out book, “Let Trump Be Trump.” Finally people with real knowledge are writing about our wonderful and exciting campaign!” Trump tweeted.

Lewandowski responded to Trump’s message with a note of thanks.

“Thank you @realDonaldTrump for working so hard to Make America Great Again! Our families and our country are grateful for your strong and unwavering leadership! LetTrumpBeTrump is a great book about what you did to save America,” he wrote.

President Trump also tweeted out a video clip from his remarks to the media Saturday morning, before his departure to Camp David for the weekend.

“TAX CUTS will increase investment in the American economy and in U.S. workers, leading to higher growth, higher wages, and more JOBS!” the president wrote, in reference to the new tax reform bill Republicans just unveiled Friday. The bill is to be voted on by the House and the Senate next week.

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