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Corey Lewandowski Headed to Harvard as a Visiting Fellow

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by Associated Press


CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski is headed to Harvard University as a visiting fellow.

Lewandowski is among a list of political figures coming to the Harvard Kennedy School’s Institute of Politics through a program that’s meant to spark discussion on campus.

Lewandowski led Trump’s Republican primary campaign but left after clashing with Trump’s family. He now runs the consulting firm Lewandowski Strategic Advisors.

Harvard’s announcement says he “oversaw all aspects of the historic presidential campaign.”

Visiting fellows come to Harvard for select events for students. Others this fall include Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, co-hosts of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”

Fellows who are coming for a full semester include Republican former congressman Jason Chaffetz of Utah and former Interior Secretary Sally Jewell.

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