President Donald Trump is essentially confirming his bid for reelection by tapping a veteran of 2016 as his campaign manager to oversee the effort.
The president who stunned the world with his 2016 victory is tapping a veteran of his successful campaign effort to run his 2020 bid, elevating former digital director Brad Parscale, according to a new report.
Trump's 2020 moves come as his calls for changes to gun laws and regulations are already hitting snags, and after he got a bounce in a daily tracking poll.
Parscale's role helming the 2020 effort was first broken by the Drudge Report.
The site billed the story as a world exclusive, coming 980 days before the election.