Discussions, including Thursday afternoon's meeting at the White House, reflect the growing recognition among Trump's allies and advisers that he is without a clear crisis management strategy that exploded in an incredible way this week.
Trump 2016 campaign manager would be in the role of crisis management type and the idea as it is now would be Lewandowski to assemble a team to look at, one that existed in the Bill Clinton White House when he was facing their own impeachment.
The list of potential players on the team includes David Bossey, his former deputy campaign manager, who angered the president earlier this year by raising funds using Trump's name.
The White House did not immediately respond to a request by CNN for comment.
The team will be in charge of the strategy at the forefront and communications as the probe of the House of Representatives warms up. The role may also exist outside the White House, and many of the details of the agreement are not yet clear.
But several of his advisers have expressed concern that Trump's team is appearing without a strategy since the long-awaited impeachment procedure becomes a reality.
Several allies have made the case for setting up a specialized team to handle the issue ̵
The White House is considering recruiting other staff, though some aides insist. on the need for such a team, claiming that those already there are well prepared to face the Democrats.
During the most recent impeachment proceedings in the United States, Clinton retained a personal legal team to assist in the fight against perjury and obstruction of justice and to help shape public perception of the case.
A key difference, however, is that Clinton was already selected in the arraignment. Trump will face the impeachment process at the same time as he prepares for another presidential campaign, putting more political weight on the issue.