You can place a political leader as a sender if they communicate with the audience directly. However, it's doubtful that the head of the country would personally write you an email and address you by your first name. In such cases, it's better to send an email from the head of the marketing team or of the pre-election campaign. The problem with Trump's newsletter is that it has too many senders. Only in the emails we received, we can see that they come from:
- Donald Trump;
- Donald Trump's son;
- Trump's pre-election campaign manager;
- Trump's team;
- Mike Pence's team, Trump's vice president.