Trump family will become a dynasty that will last for decades and create a 'new' Republican Party, says campaign chief

Brad Parscale told the convention crowd in Indian Wells on Saturday that the Trump family is full of 'amazing people with amazing capabilities'


                            Trump family will become a dynasty that will last for decades and create a 'new' Republican Party, says campaign chief

Brad Parscale, manager of President Trump's 2020 re-election campaign, has said the Trump family represents a political movement with the potential of transforming the Republican Party entirely.

"I just think they're a dynasty," Parscale told reporters after delivering a speech at the fall convention of the California Republican Party. “I think they’re all amazing people with amazing capabilities,” he continued, per the Associated Press. “I think you see that from Don Jr. I think you see that from Ivanka. You see it from Jared. You see it from all.”

(L to R) Brad Parscale, digital director for the Trump campaign, and Eli Miller, the chief operating officer for the Trump campaign, exit Trump Tower, November 16, 2016, in New York City. (Getty Images)

This comes after an eventful week for the Trumps, with Ivanka Trump embarking on a South American tour that will see her visit Argentina, Colombia, and Paraguay as she promotes the Trump administration's Women's Global Development and Prosperity Initiative.

Meanwhile, her husband, Jared Kushner, senior adviser to the president, appointed a lieutenant to help him craft Trump's Middle East policy, per Politico.

Furthermore, Republican political strategist Rick Wilson predicted in a column for the Daily Beast that Donald Trump Jr. will seek and likely win the 2024 GOP presidential nomination.

Parscale told the convention crowd in Indian Wells on Saturday that the Trump family's influence would most probably "last for decades" and shape the GOP "into a new party—one that will adapt to changing cultures."

“One must continue to adapt while keeping the conservative values that we believe in,” he added.

Republican party delegates at the California GOP convention sought to develop an election strategy to beat the Democrat stronghold in the state, where the president lost by more than 4 million votes back in 2016. That said, the commander-in-chief is still widely unpopular there, according to the report.

During his speech, Parscale admitted that California was not a key focus of Trump's reelection campaign, joking "this is not a swing state" and drawing laughs from the conservative audience.

Supporters of President Donald Trump rally outside the Wilshire Federal Building on June 2, 2019, in Los Angeles, California. The rally was billed as the first of several grassroots rallies in Los Angeles for the re-election of Trump in 2020. (Getty Images)

Nonetheless, he acknowledged that California was, in fact, the biggest source of Trump's campaign donations.

It is well known that the GOP is highly unpopular in California, with Democrats controlling almost every office statewide and both chambers of the state's legislature. Both US Senate seats are with Democrats, and the party has a staggering 46-7 edge over Republicans in US House.  

The Republican party's most significant push in California was back in 2000, when candidate George W. Bush received more than $15 million in funding and lost to Democrat Al Gore by 12 points, Fox News reports.

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