New Hampshire political operative Corey Lewandowski will be at Harvard this Fall. The former campaign manager for President Donald Trump was chosen this week as one of six visiting fellows at the school’s Institute of Politics.
Lewandowski will participate in forums on campus and work with students in small group settings.
The Institute's acting director, Bill Delahunt, says the school looks for fellows from across the ideological spectrum, making Lewandowski a good fit.
“I think his voice will resonate with some and clearly he will challenge and will be challenged by others," Delahunt said. "I think many at the Institute felt he represents a viewpoint that deserves to be heard.”
Lewandowski could not be reached for comment. But in a post on Twitter, he said "it was a great honor to be selected."
Former U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte was a fellow last spring and U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen directed the Institute from 2005 to 2007.