Trump Names New Leader Of Super PAC

( Former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski is expected to take up a leading role in a new political action committee formed by former President Donald Trump.

On Thursday, the 45th President discussed his new political goals, including his plans for his new super PAC, with his closest allies, according to a source familiar with the discussion.

Politico reported that Trump told advisers during the meeting that he intends to have Lewandowski run the new super PAC which is expected to use and raise money to aid the campaigns of Republican primary challengers to advance his America First agenda.

“We haven’t made any formal announcements yet, but Corey will play a major role in any upcoming effort,” Trump spokesman Jason Miller said last week.

Former President Trump is reported to have met with his old campaign aides Brad Parscale, Bill Stepien, and Justin Clark, along with Dan Scavino, the old White House social media director, and his eldest son, Donald Trump Jr.

Trump also reportedly met with attorney Alex Cannon and former White House aide Nick Luna.

Sources told the press that the meeting was positive and put everybody “on the same page.” Every individual named as an attendee at the meeting, including the former president’s son, Trump Jr., is expected to play a significant role in the efforts of the Super PAC moving forward.

President Trump has already formed a leadership PAC, known as the Save America PAC, which has already endorsed a number of Republican candidates and primary challengers. Former White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ campaign to become the next Governor of Arkansas has already received the PAC’s endorsement.

Trump also endorsed Max Miller, a Republican challenger running against Rep, Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio, on Friday. Gonzalez voted to impeach the former president.

“Current Rep. Anthony Gonzalez should not be representing the people of the 16th District because he does not represent their interest or their heart,” Trump said in a statement from his leadership PAC.

“Max Miller has my Complete and Total Endorsement!” he added.

Super PACs cannot directly raise money for a politician or a political party, but can raise and spend an unlimited amount of cash on campaign advertisements.

The former president maintains strong support within the Republican Party, and his Super PAC will allow him to reshape the Republican Party in preparation for another presidential run, either for himself or for one of his close allies.