Bely y Beto is the new face of Donald Trump’s campaign and it looks like the former reality television star will be the frontrunner for the Republican presidential nomination.
According to Politico, the new campaign manager, who will be known as Donald Trump Jr., will be taking on the role of a Trump surrogate for the first time in his role as a surrogate for Trump in the primaries.
He will also be helping out with the media side of the Trump campaign, Politico reports.
The move is a significant change in how the former Apprentice host and reality TV star has been involved in his campaign.
While he had previously campaigned with Ted Cruz, Trump Jr. is now helping to make the case for the presumptive Republican nominee in an effort to help boost his standing in the GOP field.
In May, the Trump family announced that they were bringing in Belyy as a spokesman.
It was the first direct contact between the family and a surrogate since the beginning of the 2016 primaries, according to Politico.
He was also a former adviser to former president-elect Donald Trump.
Belyy, who is based in New York, is a well-known Republican strategist who is well known for his support of Trump during the primaries and also has ties to the Trump Organization.
The campaign has yet to formally announce a campaign for the 2020 election, but it has been rumored that Trump would be seeking a 2020 presidential run.
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Trump Jr. was spotted with Bely on Sunday at the first Republican presidential debate in Cleveland, Ohio.
At the event, Trump said that he was glad to see Bely working with Trump, but said he was surprised to learn that he had worked with the billionaire.
“You have to ask myself, is this guy Donald Trump or somebody who has a different idea of the American dream,” Trump said.
Bele has not worked with Trump for a long time, but he has been known to give him advice on how to use social media and campaign.
He also has a close relationship with former President Barack Obama, who Trump called “one of the greatest people I have ever known.”
“I’ve known him a long, long time,” Obama said at a May campaign event.
“I know him very well, and I’m very proud to say that I’m a huge fan of his, and his success has given me great confidence that the country and the world are going to benefit from what he’s doing.”
Bely has also had an active Twitter account since the end of the primary season.
On Saturday, he retweeted a photo of former President Donald Trump with the hashtag #VoteTrump.
The picture was shared more than 7,500 times and featured a picture of the former president smiling.
Bely’s profile says he is a former Republican Party delegate from Michigan, and he has worked in Michigan for decades.
“Bely, like most Trump surrogates, is also a longtime Republican and supporter of the candidate,” Trump Jr.’s bio reads.
“His support for Trump during his 2016 campaign and his continued engagement with the Trump operation since have been a great boost to his standing among the Republican Party’s most loyal supporters.”
Trump Jr., a lifelong Republican who was the top campaign fundraiser in 2016, did not immediately respond to CNNMoney’s request for comment.
Bel is the latest in a line of Trump surrogators who have been promoted to the role, which was previously held by the Trump brothers, Eric and Don.