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Donald Trump's former campaign manager, Corey Lewandowksi, said that his dismissal doesn't affect his support of the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, who he respects greatly.

"He's going to be the next president of the United States," Lewandowski said on "Fox and Friends." "I'm going to be there to support him, whether it's an internal position or it's an external position or I just tell my neighbors, 'Make sure you vote.'"

Lewandowski explained that he has always believed in Trump, from the very first time he met him.

He said the fact that he's no longer in Trump's inner circle doesn't change how he feels.

"I want him to fix our country. I want him to do all the things he said he's going to do, because I know he can," Lewandowski said. "I want the country better for my family. And he'll do that."

Watch the "Fox and Friends" interview above.

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