When the Trump campaign asked me to be their “public relations guru”

The Donald Trump campaign is a team of Trump supporters who are constantly reminding people of the greatness of the Donald Trump brand.

They are in constant communication with him on social media, and are actively working to keep his brand alive.

And yet, the campaign has been unable to establish an actual relationship with the media.

The media seems to have taken this as an opportunity to undermine Trump.

And so, on February 7, 2016, a month after Trump announced his candidacy, the Trump Campaign emailed the media, saying that it had reached out to me to advise them on how to use social media and reach the 1.8 million people who have signed up to become part of the Trump voter base.

The campaign did not say why it was asking for help with the communication.

The email also said that I would have the opportunity to advise the campaign on how best to interact with the press, which is an interesting request, because the Trump press office has repeatedly stated that the campaign is working on a “new strategy” to engage with the news media.

As I write this, I have not heard back from the Trump Organization about this request, and neither have I heard back about the campaign asking for my help with how to interact.

The Trump campaign’s strategy of “engaging with the mainstream media” seems to be working well.

Since Donald Trump is the most popular candidate in the race, his campaign has managed to make the media look like the “enemy” by getting them to ignore him.

The press, and the Trump supporters, have been largely silent.

Trump has been able to use the media as an instrument of power to manipulate them.

In the days following the Iowa caucuses, Trump supporters began to publicly criticize the press and accuse the mainstream press of being “fake news.”

And this is just the beginning.

The mainstream press is a tool of the Democratic Party.

The establishment media has a history of working to undermine Republicans, and has long been part of this effort.

In 2016, the Washington Post, which has consistently been critical of the Republican Party, called the GOP’s campaign a “strategy to silence Trump.”

The Post even wrote a story that, among other things, called on the mainstream news media to “stop reporting about Trump’s feud with CNN and stop treating him like a joke.”

The media has become the tool of a political candidate, not of the American people.

And it has proven itself incapable of doing so.

On February 9, 2016 a former Trump adviser, Roger Stone, was interviewed by MSNBC’s Chris Matthews, and explained that he had been “lured into the Trump camp” by a former senior adviser to then-presidential candidate Trump.

Stone said that this adviser told him that the Trump “campaign was so successful” because it had “taken advantage of the media.”

Stone also described how the media was treating Trump as “the devil.”

In essence, Stone was saying that the mainstream outlets, as well as the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton’s campaign, were actually supporting the candidate.

In an email, the Donald J. Trump for President campaign wrote to the press: I have been a longtime Republican, and I believe that the media is not a neutral arbiter of truth.

It is simply an instrument that is used by the Democratic party to discredit and delegitimize the Republican candidate.

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“Trump for America campaign also wrote: The press has been used to suppress the Republican nominee, so it is my hope that you will also be able to do the same.

It’s our job as the American media to do just that, and you can help by helping to make it harder for the media to attack the Republican nomination, especially in a year when there are multiple ways to defeat Donald Trump.

It was not until this year that the New York Times published an op-ed by journalist Glenn Greenwald, in which he detailed how the mainstream U.S. media was actually aiding and abetting the campaign.

In that piece, Greenwald explained that the Republican National Committee was working with the Clinton campaign on a joint fundraising agreement.

In fact, the Clinton’s “super PAC” had agreed to set up a joint committee with the Trump for president campaign.

Greenwald continued, saying, “The DNC was using the RNC to coordinate fundraising with the Hillary for America presidential campaign.

It appears that the DNC was also in collusion with the campaign, and with some of the super PACs.

“In fact the New Hampshire Republican Party agreed to support the Clinton for America super PAC.

The New Hampshire GOP chairman, who did not want to be named, said that he and the New Jersey Republican Party “had been briefed on the fundraising agreement and that the Clintons super PAC was using our party to funnel funds to us.”

The New Jersey GOP also agreed to allow the Trump-linked super PAC to raise money from New Hampshire voters, including from the party’s top donor, the New Yorker donor George