First, Harvard decides to host Sean Spicer, who added little value to the student body through a largely “off-the-record” fellowship, and now, apparently, Corey Lewandowski has earned his shot at giving it the old college try.
Lewandowski visited with students and faculty in a short stint as a Harvard Fellow, and nobody really knows what the point of it all was.
— Corey R. Lewandowski (@CLewandowski_) November 7, 2017
In contrast to Spicer’s fellowship, students appeared ready to challenge him on a number of issues, and were willing to re-open the debate about whether or not Lewandowski assaulted a reporter during the 2016 campaign.
If you recall, Michelle Fields simply was trying to ask then-candidate Trump a question, and Lewandowski forcibly removed Fields from the vicinity.
@MichelleFields you are totally delusional. I never touched you. As a matter of fact, I have never even met you.
— Corey R. Lewandowski (@CLewandowski_) March 11, 2016
In response, Lewandowski tweeted the above, but the video clearly shows him touching her.
Regardless, bits of wisdom from Corey Lewandowski at Harvard include pieces like “John Kelly has everything under control” to “Donald Trump did great with black voters” and finally, “there was no collusion with Russia.”
If Sean Spicer wasn’t bad enough for Harvard, why would Corey Lewandowski be a bridge too far?