Ala. on Feb 28 2016 Tom Williams—AP Some key takeaways: Ted Cruzs campaign advised Trump Heading into the final weekend before New Hampshire voted Cruz campaign maven Jeff Roe called his counterpart in Trumps organization The blustery New Yorker was on track to win the state that Cruz was largely ceding it Cruzs research showed voters were on the precipice of switching allegiances If Trump could tone down some of his fireworks and campaign with a bit less acidity he could sew up the state Trump took the good advice and he used a win in the state to start his string of wins "Donald Trump changed his strategy on Thursday before the Tuesday election to be positive" said Corey Lewandowski Trumps manager at the time "That was the recipe moving forward" Everyone hates the media … The press was a target of every campaign team who objected to everything from the time given to Donald Trumps rallies to the rules used for debate qualifications Trumps campaign blasted the press for its coverage of their candidate "The largest super PAC called the media" his digital director Brad Parscale sneered "We had media bias that we had to spend money and energy to push and correct the message … We had to fight media bias and corporate bias" And Mook said the political forecasters signaled that a Clinton win was inevitable driving down voting numbers "When the New York Times or the other prognosticators say you have a 90% chance of winning that suppresses [voters]" Mook said It was a good tactic Surveys consistently say they do not trust the media and Trumps war on them boosted his appeal to the working-class voters who were looking for a candidate who would fight for them "We actively picked fights with the Union Leader" Lewandowski said of New Hampshires largest newspaper and called its publisher Joe McQuaid "a bad guy" But the Clinton campaign really hates the media Palmieri criticized the press for providing airtime to Trump and ignoring their candidate "He gets all the coverage and you guys only covered her when she was talking about him" she said The Clinton team also piled on attacks for how the media covered Clintons use of a private email server "Its going to go down in history as the most grossly overrated overcovered and most destructive story in all of presidential politics" Palmieri said "If I made one mistake it was legitimizing the way the press covered this story line" Mook echoed with a critique of the coverage of WikiLeaks emails stolen private messages of Democratic National Committee staffers and Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta "The media didnt seem willing to put that in the proper context of the deep connections that Donald Trump had [with Russia]" he said Clinton aides repeatedly asserted that their boss a former First Lady Senator and Secretary of State was treated as an incumbent President from the first day of the campaign A frequent point of frustration was her paid speeches between her time at the State Department and her campaign Palmieri said she read the speeches and initially favored just releasing them to get them out there However she came to realize it would never be enough "They would be poured over comma by comma" Palmieri said CNN takes a lashing CNN honcho Jeff Zucker came under sustained fire while participating in a media panel over Wednesday evening dinner of fish The former NBC executive who green-lit The Apprentice faced questions about his networks extensive and unedited coverage of Trump He was jeered and heckled by the audience of campaign operatives and journalists who questioned his decision to hire former Trump campaign manager Lewandowski and to allow Trump surrogates to continuously air falsehoods on his air One reporter questioned Zuckers decision to ask Trump spokeswoman Katrina Pierson a "nut job" in her estimation on shows even after she was shown to be factually challenged Robby Mook campaign manager for US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and communications director Jen Palmieri left talk to reporters on board the campaign plane en route to Cedar Rapids Iowa on Oct 28 2016 Brian Snyder—Reuters Twitter is king Trump fundamentally changed how campaigns are fought and Twitter was the favorite battlefield for Trump "Donald Trump has just tweeted from his pajamas" Lewandowski marveled "Fox News would cover it live" True And it bedeviled his rivals who couldnt match the machismo online "It was like owning the New York Times without the overhead or the debt" Trump aide Michael Glassner said And when Trump stepped into controversy he could fire off a late-night tweet and turn the page "He has the ability to change the narrative with 140 characters" Lewandowski said The result was that the traditional campaign infrastructure didnt much matter "People were really really excited about President-elect Trump They were not about Hillary Clinton" said Mike DuHaime New Jersey Governor Chris Christies campaign strategist "The candidates have to be exciting for that to matter" Hillary is self-critical Clinton who has said she lacks the political talents of her husband remained in a dark place even heading into Election Day She was still bracing for a loss even as polls showed her campaign heading toward a victory "There was no one who was less surprised that she lost than Hillary Clinton" said Palmieri who added that Clinton insisted on expecting the worst "She doesnt expect everything to go her way" Palmieri said Mook also said former President Bill Clinton remains deeply upset about the results Mook wanted his team in foxhole Seeing polls showing Clinton heading toward a loss in her primary against Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire Mook put out the call: everyone head north whether they were tech engineers or political professionals "The entire campaign was there We literally emptied out our headquarters" Mook said Clinton lost by 22 percentage points "We went through that experience together" Mook said saying he wanted his team unified in loss In part it is why no one blames Mook for the campaign loss The Clinton campaign also hates James Comey The FBI director was a frequent target of the Clinton team for providing what Mook called "the single greatest headwinds we had in this campaign" That is his pair of letters in the final 10 days of the campaign Clintons team believes the first letter alienated some soft Clinton supporters while the second energized Trumps base "Mr Comey seems to care little about FBI precedents" sniped Benenson Clintons strategist and pollster Earlier in the campaign Mook was on the phone with White House political director David Simas when Comey went to the television cameras for an unprecedented press conference to criticize Clintons use of private email "I think we had better got off the phone and watch this" Mook said to his counterpart Neither knew just how far Comey would go Cruz wasnt trying to get booed at the GOP convention "I dont think that he understood the conscience the loaded word that that was" said Jamie Johnson of Cruzs speech at the partys confab in Cleveland Cruz withheld his endorsement of Trump and encouraged Republicans to vote their conscience "We understood that he could get booed … but the eventual outcome of what he was trying to accomplish he thought he could pull it off and he didnt get it done" he added Donald Trump does what he wants to do Trumps first campaign chief Lewandowski said the boss wealth was always to be embraced He insisted on rolling into airports with his Trump-branded plane He wanted expensive cars to ferry him around Trump aides also recounted that their pleas for the President-elect to stay on message often fell on deaf ears After Trump attacked Senator John McCains military service Lewandowski said he advised Trump to apologize "Donald Trump does what Donald Trump always does which is doubles down" he said "His instincts are so different" Instead Trump went to meet with reporters and repeat his criticism And for his attack on Judge Gonzalo Curiel that was also premeditated and against the advice of staff "We had talked about it on the way to the venue and I made the strategic recommendation as did others not to do that but Donald Trump does what Donald Trump wants to do" Lewandowski said later They were just the latest examples of Trump ignoring tradition For instance he refused to release his tax returnsthe first in decades to ignore that call "No one cared" Conway said glibly Instead Lewandowski said New York Times editor Dean Baquet who told a separate Harvard audience that he would risk jail time to publish Trumps tax returns "Hes willing to commit a felony" Lewandowski said "Its egregious He should be in jail" The Muslim ban wasnt a fluke and it helped Trump Lewandowski explained that the campaign spent days working on the language for his Dec 7 statement calling for the halt of Muslim immigration to the US "The media wants to focus on what the statement said" he said before being interrupted by laughter He continued to tout how the campaign spent multiple days vetting the policy "We actually called a lot of people" he said adding "Donald Trump spent a lot of time thinking about this before we wrote this statement" Rubio strategist Terry Sullivan noted that the controversy only helped Trump even among those who didnt agree with the constitutionally dubious plan because it pitted Trump against elites "It was this elite attitude it wasnt Middle America" he said of the press coverage Paul Manafort senior aide to Republican US presidential candidate Donald Trump waves goodbye to reporters after Trump delivered a foreign policy speech at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington DC, It was Jennifer Palmieri who said, employment guarantee schemes, it didn’t. 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