He said, “No.”
I thought for sure my campaign manager wanted to run for Senator. He could have ridden my coattails. I could have had him stumping with me in 2016. He doesn’t want to run for Senate. The reason that he gave me was that he has skeletons in his closet that need to remain in the closet. I have seen his closet. I did not see anything that was embarrassing except for a slightly overused inflatable doll.
His lack of desire to run for office did not stop my manager from setting up my campaign schedule for the following week. My first campaign stop is Saturday afternoon at Brooke Wheatsworth’s seventh birthday party. This stop is for the 2024 campaign, when Brooke and her friends will be old enough to vote. I make campaign stops for children because I will be the first presidential candidate that many children will meet.
I will be in Ottawa on Monday and Tuesday holding a rally in front of the US Embassy. I will have a petition for Canadians to sign which will allow them to vote for President of the United States. I am doing this because the President of the United States is the leader of the free world. Many people feel that Americans should not be the only people voting for the leader of the free world. My being the first Presidential candidate to address this issue will give me the upper hand in overseas voting.
There will be fewer campaign stops in cemeteries than in prior campaigns. These stops will be limited to heavily-Democratic states and large Democratic-leaning cities in Republican states. The time I had wasted in the past will not be used in campaigning in more conventional settings like political rallies and city morgues.
The week ahead will be hectic. I will try my best to keep you informed on highlights from the campaign trail as events occur.
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