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A former White House chief of staff who served former President Donald Trump said he believes Trump will join the final scheduled Republican presidential debate.
“There’s been some reports that the Trump campaign team reached out to the organizers to ask a bunch of logistical questions,” Mick Mulvaney told Sky News Australia.
Mulvaney was acting White House chief of staff from January 2019, to March 2020, according to Ballotpedia.
Mulvaney said security has checked out the Tuscaloosa, Alabama, venue where the debate will be held.
“Another data point is that the Secret Service did actually sweep the area over the weekend, and Donald Trump is the only Republican candidate who has Secret Service cover,” he told Sky News.
“It’s creating a little bit of a stir for folks who are at least looking for something to be interested in in this Republican primary,” he said.
Trump, who has not yet attended a debate, remains far ahead in all of the polls. The Republican Iowa caucuses are scheduled for Jan. 15, according to the Des Moines Register.
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