Trump campaign: Tweet-gloater who celebrated Lewandowski’s departure now…fired

Trump campaign: Tweet-gloater who celebrated Lewandowski’s departure now…fired
Meltdown. (Image: Screen grab, YouTube)

[Ed. – That was quick.  Decisive.  Exit point:  it will be interesting to see if Trump can manage to do the executive leadership thing and reset people’s expectations about the OVERALL tone of the current public dialogue — not just on Trump-related things, but on the state of the nation and society.  If he can manage to look like a port in the storm at this appalling time, he’ll run the table in November.  I’m not holding my breath.  But Hillary can’t do it.]

That moment of celebration at Lewandowski’s expense didn’t go unnoticed. Within a few hours, Caputo himself was out of a job. CNN published a portion of the resignation letter he sent to the campaign:

“I regret sending out a tweet today alluding to the firing of Corey Lewandowski. In hindsight, that was too exuberant a reaction to this personnel move. …

[…]Caputo later told CNN that “falling on the sword is what you do if you mess up.” …

[…]

This really could be a case of a doctor being the worst patient, i.e. Caputo would know to tell someone else not to do this but couldn’t restrain himself.

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