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Report: Trump gave my pillow man a bunch of cash to create an advert for him and it failed miserably

As more and more knowledgeable and experienced people left his campaign over time, Donald Trump replaced it with increasingly incompetent, fawning hangers.

People like Rudy Giuliani and Jared Kushner got leading roles. And somehow a pillow entrepreneur and former crack addict became part of Trump’s circle.

According to Phil Rucker and Carol Leonning’s new Book I, Alone Can Fix It, Trump respected Mike Lindell. The steady stream of My Pillow commercials on Fox News made Trump believe Lindell was some sort of advertising wizard.

The writers of the Washington Post write:

“Unwilling to give up control of the campaign’s ads, with millions of dollars at stake for him and other advisors, Brad Parscale said, ‘Let’s compete.” Parscale reached out to Kushner, who oversaw all major campaign decisions, and said, “Jared, give us a hundred thousand dollars – fifty thousand dollars to my company and fifty thousand dollars to MyPillow’s company – and let the ads on Fox say, ‘When you will.” Support Donald Trump, grab your phone now and dial 88022 now. ‘ Advertising for commercials. See who gets more registrations for less cost. ‘”

Unsurprisingly, Lindell was put down by the seasoned campaign manager. A Trump confidante told the authors: “Trump is so bad at marketing you don’t understand. He’s great at marketing ideas, great at branding – an incredible Brander. Obviously great at messaging because he’s the best gaslighter in history. But horrible how marketing works – how to buy TV commercials, how digital works. He doesn’t understand. “

And although Lindell may have failed here, he’s still all-in for Team Trump. The pillow type still tells anyone who listens that they will have the election results nullified.

Todd Neikirk is a New Jersey-based policy and technology writer. His work has been featured on psfk.com, foxsports.com and hillreporter.com. He enjoys sports, politics, comics, and spends time with his family on the waterfront.

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