|Lewandowski and Bossie join President Trump on stage in Macomb in early 2018|
By Brandon Hall
(Email Him At WestMIPolitics@Gmail.com)
President Trump won Michigan by just over 10,000 votes in 2016, and as 2020 rapidly approaches, it's clear the Great Lakes State will be one of the top battlegrounds in play. Already well positioned for success in Florida and Ohio, winning Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania is vital to the President's re-election.
That's why two of President Trump's closest advisers, Corey Lewandowski and David Bossie, are headed to the Detroit area this Friday for an event at the Henry Ford Museum: they want to see President Trump's policies continue.
Lewandowski and Bossie, who frequently talk with the President, appeared on stage with him during his most recent visit to Michigan, in Macomb early last year.
They are working with the leader of President Trump's 2016 Michigan campaign, Scott Hagerstrom. Hagerstrom runs the Michigan Prosperity Project, the organization hosting the event.
Bossie joined the campaign in the fall of 2016 as Deputy Campaign Manager, working side by side with Steve Bannon, Kellyanne Conway, and other top campaign officials. Bossie is well known for his role with Citizens United, and has been named as one of the most influential people in American politics by Politico.
The entire museum has been rented out for the evening, a remarkable opportunity to see one of Michigan's historic treasures in the company of fellow conservatives and Trump supporters.
Heavy appetizers will be served, and all guests will receive a copy of Corey and David's new book, "Trump's Enemies," a New York Times bestseller. The event includes a book signing.
Tickets can be purchased for $50 by CLICKING HERE. A VIP photo option is also available for $100. Students interested in attending may be able to receive a scholarship.
Kent Terry, brother of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, killed during Obama's Fast and Furious operation, will also speak at the event about why we need to build a wall on the southern border.
Brandon Hall is a lifelong political nerd from Grand Haven, and is the Managing Editor of West Michigan Politics.