Wednesday, 17 August 2016

Donald Trump appoints new campaign CEO and others in a massive shakeup

 Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump is going through a massive shake up in his camp to enable him beat Hillary Clinton in the November elections.

According to dailymail he has recruited a new CEO and promoted his pollster to campaign manager. The neww CEO is Stephen Bannon the former Breitbart News boss while Conway was recently promoted.

 Campaign Manager Paul Manafort formally took over from Corey Lewandowski in June remians at his position. Unfortunately Manafort has been linked according to the NewYork times to a $12million illegal payments from a key ally of Vladimir Putin, the Russian President.

 He has continuously denied such claims. Rick Gates Trump's constant traveller also maintains his senior role in the campaign. 

Trump long has resisted pleas from fellow Republicans to overhaul the flame-throwing approach on the campaign trail that powered his surge to the top of the GOP field in the primary season. Inspite of all the pleas,Trump has been adamant not to change his ways stating he is who he is and he is being honest about it. 

Trump, whose campaign is built on his persona as a winner, said several time that the campaign is 'doing well,' and said his speech hours earlier in Wisconsin Tuesday was well-received.

 He has constantly denied that his popularity is fading out. Stating that his campaign is doing good. He went further telling a local Wisconsin Television station on Tuesday that Hillary Clinton is against police and has betrayed African Americans with other Democrats  in the quest for more votes.

He stated in his remarks delivered close to Milwaukee , the latest city rocked by violence that Hillary would rather protect an offender than the victim.

'The riots and destruction that have taken place in Milwaukee is an assault on the right of all citizens to live in security and to live in peace,' he said.

Responding to his attacks, Clinton's  campaign spokeswoman Jennifer Palmieri on Wednesday accused  Trump of being the bigot instead.

'With each passing Trump attack, it becomes clearer that his strategy is just to say about Hillary Clinton what's true of himself. When people started saying he was temperamentally unfit, he called Hillary the same.

 When his ties to the Kremlin came under scrutiny, he absurdly claimed that Hillary was the one who was too close to Putin. Now he's accusing her of bigoted remarks -- We think the American people will know which candidate is guilty of the charge,' she said. 


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