Kellyanne Conway

Kellyanne Conway previews Trump immigration plan

Louis Nelson, Politico

Conway did discuss the tenets of Trump’s immigration plan, which she said will focus on the construction of a wall along America’s southern border, no legal status and an end to so-called sanctuary cities, where undocumented persons are not prosecuted solely because of their immigration status. She said “angel moms,” mothers of Americans killed by undocumented immigrants, have become “the faces of our campaign.”

Trump Staff Shift Elevates GOP Leaders' Archenemy

Caitlin Huey-Burns & Rebecca Berg, RCP

In hiring Breitbart News chief Stephen Bannon as chief executive of his campaign, Trump has plainly rejected calls within the party to temper his controversial approach in order to broaden support in the general election. With Bannon, Trump is instead embracing the tactics, style and nationalist/populist themes that propelled him to victory in the primaries.

Viguerie: Trump Campaign as Exciting Now as Reagan's in 1980

"If you look at Donald Trump's campaign now . . . These are charter members of the conservative movement. It's very exciting. I haven't seen anything like this since the 1980 Reagan campaign against [Jimmy] Carter."

Trump Beginning To Meet Viguerie’s Foolproof Test

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
“Who you walk with tells me a lot about who you are” is an aphorism that I have long applied as a foolproof test of whether a candidate or elected official is going to govern as a conservative. This might be seen as a companion or corollary to another one of my favorite rules of politics – personnel is policy.

Stephen Bannon poised to do battle for Donald Trump

Jennifer Harper, The Washington Times

As the new playcaller behind Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, Stephen K. Bannon has drawn instant, nervous news coverage — already deemed a “street fighter” by CNN, a “right wing Rottweiler” by Vice, a “rogue and provocateur” by Politico, and “Trump’s latest Svengali” by Mother Jones.