S.C. political consultant Ed McMullen meets with Donald Trump in his Trump Tower office during the campaign. Having known Trump for years, McMullen became an early backer of the mogul’s outsider presidential bid.
S.C. political consultant Ed McMullen meets with Donald Trump in his Trump Tower office during the campaign. Having known Trump for years, McMullen became an early backer of the mogul’s outsider presidential bid. Provided
S.C. political consultant Ed McMullen meets with Donald Trump in his Trump Tower office during the campaign. Having known Trump for years, McMullen became an early backer of the mogul’s outsider presidential bid. Provided

SC consultant helped steer Trump to improbable victory

December 30, 2016 07:53 PM

UPDATED January 02, 2017 11:32 AM

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