This story is published in a content partnership with POLITICO. It was originally reported by Ben Leonard on politico.com on February 6, 2021. Brad Parscale, who served as Donald Trump’s senior adviser for data and digital operations, is calling on his former boss to run for the US presidency again, saying multiple impeachments can work in Trump’s favour. “If they only impeached you twice, you need to run again. Because to change the system you have to kick it in the a#$,” Trump's former campaign manager wrote in a tweet on Saturday addressed to the now Twitter-less Trump. “I would love to be [sic] the only President to be impeached three times. Because history remembers those that didn’t conform. I’m in, are you?” Parscale also gave Trump advice on strategy in a subsequent tweet. “If Trump asked me how to win again. I would run on being impeached twice. They are about to give him super powers,” Parscale wrote. “They are about to make him a martyr.” After losing in November, Trump told allies that he was running in 2024, but that was before the Capitol insurrection he spurred on led to his unprecedented second impeachment and clouded his political future. Support among Republicans and GOP-leaning independents for a Trump 2024 GOP primary bid dipped from 53 per cent in November to 40 per cent as of mid-January, according to Politico/Morning Consult polls. Parscale was Trump’s 2020 campaign manager until July, when he was removed abruptly from his post. He remained on the campaign in a limited role until September, when he left altogether after an incident at his Florida home in which Parscale was involuntarily detained by police. In the Fox News interview, he said he is still loyal to Trump. Parscale did, however, disagree with Trump's pandemic strategy, arguing the then-president should have been more empathetic in his response. “A young family with a young child who are scared to take them back to school wanted to see an empathetic president. And an empathetic Republican Party,” Parscale said. “And I said this multiple times and he chose a different path. I don't think he was wrong, I love him, but we had a difference on this. I thought we should have public empathy.” Trump is facing a second Senate impeachment trial next week on charges of inciting the January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol. The House impeached Trump in December 2019 on charges of abuse of power and obstructing Congress but he was acquitted in the Senate. It’s widely expected that Trump will be acquitted again this time around.