Brad ParscaleThe former campaign manager liked to call Mr. Trump’s re-election war machine an “unstoppable juggernaut.” However, interviews with more than a dozen current and former campaign aids and Trump allies, as well as a review of thousands of items in federal campaign records, show that the President and RNC’s election campaign developed some wasteful habits as it burned hundreds of millions of dollars. Since Bill Stepien In July he replaced Mr. Parscale. The campaign introduced a number of belt tightening measures that changed initiatives such as hiring practices, travel and the advertising budget.
Under Parscale, more than $ 350 million ̵
Among the bubbly and perhaps most questionable purchases, according to Advertising Analytics, were two Super Bowl ads that the campaign was set aside $ 11 million – more than was spent on television in some of the top battlefield states. It was a vanity that allowed Mr. Trump to keep up with the billionaire Michael R. BloombergBuy for the big game.