Donald Trump’s presidential campaign has been dogged by controversies that have roiled the GOP and the party’s presidential primary process.
The GOP has struggled to find a candidate who can unite conservatives and independents and unify the party, especially since Trump’s win in November.
Here are five potential GOP candidates who could be able to help the party in 2018: Donald Trump has tapped some of the best candidates in the country for key posts, including Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama, former Florida Gov.
Jeb Bush and Rep. Mo Brooks of Alabama.
But there are a number of other possible Republican contenders who could make a significant impact on the party going forward.
Trump is widely expected to win the Republican nomination, and his rivals have been working to make sure they have the best shot to unify a fractured GOP and win the White House.
The 2016 GOP nominee, Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, was considered the front-runner among the field for the nomination, but he was forced out of the race after he lost his bid for re-election in 2016.
Trump has been able to use his celebrity and his connections to garner support from other party leaders, and former Florida governor Jeb Bush has been one of the most popular candidates for a vice president.
Trump’s campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, was the chief strategist and spokesman for former Florida Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida and was one of his most influential advisers.
In addition to running Trump’s media operation, Lewandowski has also been tapped to run Trump’s business.
In his new book, The Trump Files, Lewandowksi lays out his strategy to run the Trump campaign.
Lewandowski said he has assembled an incredible team of consultants, advisers and advisers, including a new pollster, to help him manage the campaign.
“The fact is that I have a team of 20 people,” Lewandowski told The Wall St. Journal.
“I have 30,000 people on my staff.
We are a big team.
We have 30 different people in my office right now.
There is a big difference between having 50 people in a campaign and having 20 people in the Trump Organization.”
Trump is hoping to capitalize on a political phenomenon that he believes could make him the next president of the United States: the growing popularity of the word “Trump.”
In an interview with ABC News last month, Trump said he hoped to win back the Republican base and make the party more popular.
“You can’t win by getting everybody to like you,” he said.
“People are saying, ‘We want to see him.’
You have to win them back.”
This week, the president’s son, Donald Trump Jr., said that he is confident in his father’s ability to win and that he has had a good relationship with the campaign, but added that the candidate has a “lot of work to do” to turn the country around.
“When I hear people talk about ‘getting everybody to vote for Trump,’ I don’t think that’s true.
I think that the people that want to vote against him are people who don’t have an interest in doing so,” Trump Jr. said in an interview on Fox News Sunday.
The president has struggled in his quest to win over minorities and women in the GOP, and has said that if he was the nominee, he would not have a problem with white people voting for him.
In recent weeks, the party has been facing a series of scandals, including the firing of former FBI Director James Comey and the revelation that a senior Trump campaign adviser helped organize the protests that led to the resignation of the FBI director.
The FBI and Justice Department are investigating whether the Trump presidential campaign coordinated with Russian hackers to interfere in the 2016 election.
On Tuesday, Trump tweeted that he and former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn are “sick and tired of the Dems making up phony scandals, and going after the truth!”
But the president has not yet given a clear plan for how he would handle the growing number of investigations, or how he will govern if he is elected.
He has also failed to make a final decision on who will be his running mate, who is widely believed to be Texas Sen. Mike Pence.
The former governor of Indiana, who had been viewed as a favorite to win a GOP primary, was seen as one of Trump’s most likely choices, but many GOP strategists say he would be the best choice for the job given his reputation as a moderate.
But Trump has not ruled out a run for the White Senate.
“He will be running, as far as I’m concerned, at the end of 2020,” Trump told the Washington Examiner in an article published last week.
“At the end, I’ll probably announce who’s running and he will be a Republican.
But I would say I’m not a serious candidate.
I would love to have him on the ticket.”
Here are some potential GOP contenders who might make a meaningful impact on Trump’s 2020 campaign: Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky and former Texas Gov. Rick Perry