Trump campaign blasts former campaign manager, says ‘we’ve done our job’

A campaign manager for Donald Trump has been fired over allegations of inappropriate sexual contact with a female campaign staffer. 

The Trump campaign on Wednesday morning fired Brian Dabrowski, who was hired by the Trump campaign in August of last year. 

Dabrowsky, who also worked as a deputy to Trump’s presidential campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, resigned from his job as a senior adviser to the campaign. 

“Mr. Daboldski was a trusted and loyal member of the campaign and will be missed by the entire team,” Trump campaign spokesperson Jason Miller said in a statement.

“The campaign is cooperating fully with the law enforcement investigation into these allegations and has no further comment at this time.” 

The allegations against Dabopski were first reported by Buzzfeed News in a story that was published Monday. 

In the Buzzfeed article, a former female staffer claimed that Dabowski had inappropriately touched her and kissed her on the lips during a meeting in late August 2016. 

On Tuesday, Dabwski told BuzzFeed News that he never kissed the woman, and he never touched her on her lips. 

“[It] happened in the summer of 2016 and we had a very informal meeting,” Dabworski said.

“She told me that she felt violated, that she was groped and that I was kissing her on my lips.” 

Trump’s team fired Lewandowski earlier this month after it was revealed that the candidate had used an on-the-record phone call with a Fox News reporter to discuss allegations of sexual harassment against him, which were made against former Apprentice contestant Andrea Tantaros. 

According to BuzzFeed News, Dabowski’s comments about the Tantarosc’s claims are among those in the conversation that was made public by Fox News. 

Trump has also been facing allegations of a lack of discipline in his campaign, and his campaign is facing a slew of investigations over the last week. 

He is also facing criticism for his handling of the aftermath of the shooting of his campaign manager by a gunman who had been fired from the Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter, Florida. 

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