A campaign official said Friday that President Trump’s campaign is setting up Trump’s adviser, David Bossy, to lead on lawsuits and other efforts to fight election results in several states.
Mr Bossy is tapped to play the role by Trump’s campaign manager, Bill Stephan, and the president’s son-in-law, Jaird Kushner, as presidential advisors have vowed to continue the legal battle over tabulation of votes in a string. State officials said.
The White House said it was exploring Like a “James Baker” figure To lead his posture effort in some way to win any other position. Mr. Baker is the former Secretary of State who led the Republican charge during the 2000 Florida hiring that secured the presidency for George W. Bush. They settled on Mr. Bossy, who is not a lawyer, but one of Mr. Trump’s favorite defenders on television.
In 2016, Mr. Bossy, deputy campaign manager and head of the conservative group Citizens United, is a 30-year partisan war veteran in Washington. His combative attitude has always appealed to Mr. Trump.
In the days following Election Day, the Trump campaign is engaged in scattered efforts aimed at raising concerns and objections to voting issues in several states. Members of the Trump family and a handful of loyalists, as well as the president himself, have held news conferences claiming irregularities without presenting evidence. But there has not been a single person in charge.
Efforts are being made to fix Mr. Bossy by planting him.