BASED: Corey Lewandowski Launches Website for ‘Potential Senate Run’ During Congressional Hearings

Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski launched his official campaign website for a potential U.S. Senate run during a brief recess in today’s Congressional hearings, where he has been confronted by belligerent Democrats desperate to attack his credibility and character.

Lewandowski has repeatedly flustered Democrats who have attempted to smear him as they continue their witch hunt against President Trump for supposedly obstructing the bogus Russian collusion investigation.

Here are some of the highlights from Lewandowski’s testimony:

While the hearings adjourned for a short period midday, Lewandowski capitalized on the attention he is receiving because of the desperate Democrats and announced the launch of his campaign website in a Twitter post.

Right now, Lewandowski’s website contains only an endorsement of sorts from President Trump, with his former boss stating that Lewandowski would be “fantastic.” Lewandowski is still unclear about whether he will pursue the position, although he is certainly considering the possibility.

Lewandowski had reportedly planned in advance to use the witch hunt hearings to his own advantage, as he intended to show Trump’s constituents that he has the backbone to stand up against the Democrats as they regularly abuse their Congressional authority. The initial responses to Lewandowski’s testimony from Republicans, including laudatory comments from the President himself, have been enthusiastic.

“Corey will use [the hearing] as part of the campaign. He will be confrontational to the Democrats. He will be totally loyal to Trump. And he will be playing to the right wing of the party who need to unite behind him in a primary,” former New Hampshire attorney general Thomas Rath said to Axios.

The gambit from Democratic lawmakers is seemingly backfiring, as footage of Lewandowski clowning them is dominating today’s news cycle. The hearings have lasted the entire day, as Democrats and Republicans alike are given opportunities to question Lewandowski about his alleged role in presidential obstruction.

If Lewandowski ultimately decides to run for the Senate, he would likely have to defeat several Republican primary challengers to become the nominee in next year’s general election. Preliminary polls show him with a commanding lead over potential primary challengers.

In an Emerson College poll, Lewandowski received 23 percent of support while retired Brig. Gen. Don Bolduc received 9 percent of support and former NH House Speaker Bill O’Brien received 7 percent of support. Those are the men believed to be his primary rivals vying for the opportunity to take on Democratic Party incumbent Jeanne Shaheen in 2020.

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