Trump shakes up campaign staff, demotes top manager as polls show him behind Biden
Trump shook up his campaign staff Wednesday, replacing his campaign manager with a veteran GOP operative. But Constantini reports campaign shakeup has been expected for awhile. And on a day a couple. National polls show President Trump trailing Joe Biden by double digits. He pulled the trigger. Bill Stepien deputy campaign manager will now take the top job while Brad par scale who was the leader stays on to handle digital media. The president made the announcement on Facebook. His first return to campaign rallies was sparsely attended in Tulsa, and a rally planned last Saturday night in Portsmouth, New Hampshire was postponed. Corona virus concerns have meant forgoing the boisterous arena sessions. Mr Trump craves as a way to charge up his base and attacks on Biden have not been effective.