Corey Lewandowski, a former marketing campaign supervisor to President Trump, mentioned Tuesday that it wasn’t his place to say whether or not or not Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpDems win from coast to coast Falwell after Gillespie loss: ‘DC ought to annex’ Northern Virginia Dems see positive aspects in Virginia’s House of Delegates MORE Jr. ought to have corresponded with Wikileaks final yr earlier than the election.
“Look, that’s not for me to say,” Lewandowski instructed CNN’s “New Day” when requested if it was OK for Trump Jr. to have communications with the group whereas it was leaking damaging details about Trump’s marketing campaign rival. “I have no idea.”
Trump Jr. launched his communications with Wikileaks on Monday following a report in The Atlantic that detailed his correspondence with the group, which printed hacked emails from Clinton marketing campaign chairman John Podesta and the Democratic National Committee.
The group on one change urged Trump Jr. to supply it together with his father’s tax returns for publishing functions. Trump Jr. didn’t reply to this message, although he had beforehand corresponded with the group on different issues.
Lewandowski within the interview argued that Wikileaks’ ties and motives might not have been recognized to the marketing campaign on the time Trump Jr. corresponded with the group on Twitter.
“But I don’t think it’s fair to say that looking back a year ago, that we would have known what Wikileaks was about,” Lewandowski mentioned.