Trump shakes up campaign team again as Clinton surges

Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a rally on August 16, 2016 in West Bend, WisconsinDonald Trump on Wednesday shook up his campaign team for the second time in two months, fending off suggestions that his presidential run is in crisis as polls show Hillary Clinton cruising towards victory. The Republican White House nominee, who is tanking in key swing states, hired a conservative news executive once dubbed “the most dangerous political operative in America” as his campaign CEO and promoted a leading Republican strategist to campaign manager. The CEO is Stephen Bannon, executive chairman of the hugely influential and ferociously anti-Clinton conservative website Breitbart News, and the new manager is leading Republican pollster Kellyanne Conway.

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