(CNN) Former Trump marketing campaign manager Corey Lewandowski told CNN Thursday that he steamed Donald Trump’s pants as part of his obligations on the 2016 marketing campaign trail.
In a conversation with “New Day” anchor Alisyn Camerota, Lewandowski was expanding on an anecdote in his campaign memoir , “Let Trump Be Trump,” where he revealed that campaign spokeswoman and current White House communications director Hope Hicks was tasked with steaming the candidate’s suits on his private plane — while he was wearing them.
“Everybody will everything on the marketing campaign,” Lewandowski explained. “It had been five people.”
Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski says he used to steam the then-candidate’s suits: “Everybody will everything on the marketing campaign.” pic.twitter.com/ip2z2OLWiH – New Day (@NewDay) December 7, 2017
When pressed by Camerota about whether he as well steamed pants as the future president was wearing them, Lewandowski replied, “Look, of course. When you’re pretty quickly, Alisyn, we’re doing 25 events a time. We’re halted in the airplane for 15 mere seconds. We’re going to make sure things are prepared.”
“If that’s portion of my job simply because a campaign manager, I do it all,” he added.