But behind the scenes, Lewandowski’s role in the campaign is shrinking.
In early March, Lewandowski ceded authority over many hiring decisions to a lower-ranking staffer.
In recent days, the campaign’s press office has been overruling his decisions about issuing credentials for campaign events.
Going forward, Trump’s just-named convention manager, Paul Manafort, is expected to take a leading role not just in the selection of delegates, but in the remaining primaries themselves, according to three people on or close to the campaign.
The shift is, in part, a natural outgrowth of the campaign’s maturation.
The tug of war between Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio over who will pay how much of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s next capital plan is being cast as another chapter in the sniping between the two men. That’s true. The issue is also about who pays. Here is the story.
David Knight talks with Lionel of Lionel Media about how the militarization of the police is spilling into the classroom and how we are unleashing the police on our children for merely acting like kids.
Earlier this week it was reported that the U.S. would allow airstrikes against Syrian government targets in defense of US-trained rebel militants who have been battling against the Assad regime for the past four years, a de facto declaration of war two years after President Obama supposedly backed down from committing the United States to military action in Syria to topple the Assad government.
When asked by RT’s Gayane Chichakyan what the legal basis was for this decision or whether it could be justified by Congressional backing, the State Department’s Mark Toner was left dumbfounded.