A former 2020 Trump campaign staffer posted to his Twitter account on Tuesday alleging that he was fired from his new job because a client to the company found out he worked on President Trump's reelection efforts.
According to Town Hall, Buchanan worked as a contractor and handled the coordination of Trump's rallies. While doing so, Buchanan established a relationship with Private Jet Services(PJS). Buchanan claimed he was hired by PJS in January, then fired after the National Hockey League (NHL), another PJS client, found out about him previously working for the Trump Campaign.
In an article from the Watauga Democrat, Buchanan said he has been a supporter of Trump "since the day he descended the escalator in Trump Tower in 2015. However, he likely never expected that one day he would end up working for him."
According to the thread, Buchanan claims the NHL threatened to cancel its contract with PJS unless they let him go. The thread can be read here.
Buchanan said, "I was upset and disappointed, but I didn't initially blame them for this decision. I wish they had stood up for me... they didn’t. I didn't have any animosity towards PJS, until they tried to bully me into silence."
A call and voicemail message left to PJS by Town Hall to confirm the details of Buchanan's story was not returned in time for publication.