Trump 2020 campaign manager Brad Parscale on Monday appeared to wink at two women hosts on CBS News.
Parscale concluded his interview on CBS This Morning by asserting that the tech industry has a bias against conservatives.
“They want to do everything they can to try to prevent conservative voices,” Parscale opined. “And I think you have multiple platforms I call the Palo Alto mafia trying to stop that.”
“Well, Brad, you have been called the secret weapon,” host Gayle King noted. “Your wife summed it up best. You were thrown into the Super Bowl, never played a game and you won. And I guess you’re feeling okay about 2020.”
“I feel good about 2018 and I feel good about 2020,” Parscale said. “This president’s agenda continues to change this country for the better. And we just can’t go back — just can’t go back to how things were.”
And with that, Parscale gave King a wink. He then turned to co-host Norah O’Donnell and did the same. However, co-host John Dickerson did not get a wink from the Trump campaign chief.
Watch the video below from CBS.
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