Cellular provider T-Mobile is paying for advice from former Donald Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski on their upcoming merger with Sprint, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
On Thursday, T-Mobile announced that it hired Turnberry Solutions back in August to help secure federal approval of the merging of the two companies in a takeover deal. Along with that hire came Lewandowski, according to their own statement obtained by WSJ.
“Corey Lewandowski is now affiliated with that firm and they have offered perspective to T-Mobile on a variety of topics, including the pending transaction,” the company said in a statement made months after the deal was struck.
Just a few months ago totally not a liar Lewandowski ranted at Politico: “Get your facts right. I have nothing to do with Turnberry Solutions.”