The Trump campaign has hired a close White House aide to President Trump to see the campaign’s signature rallies.
According to The Hill:
The Trump campaign is bringing on a White House official to help organize its rallies and oversee its advance team as part of an ongoing staff shake-up.
The campaign announced Wednesday that Max Miller will serve as deputy campaign manager for presidential operations and will be responsible for all campaign events that involve President Trump, Vice President Mike Pence or other “notable figures.”
Miller has been serving as the deputy assistant to the president, leading the White House’s advance team, and will answer to Campaign Manager Brad Parscale and Deputy Campaign Manager Bill Stepien.
“I am proud to welcome Max to the team that is going to re-elect President Trump less than four months from today,” Parscale said. “Every day, our campaign grows in strength, and Max’s wealth of experience and expertise is an important addition to our team’s world-class advance efforts.”
The shakeup comes after the first rally since lockdown in Tulsa, Oklahoma failed to meet expectations.