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US News Donald Trump changes campaign manager four months before the presidential election

07:05  16 july  2020
07:05  16 july  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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President Donald Trump on Wednesday fired his campaign manager , Brad Parscale. Veteran Republican operative Bill Stepien has been tapped to replace him. Trump 's poll numbers have been dwindling for the past few weeks, with less than four months left before the election .

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The Republican billionaire announced on Wednesday the appointment of Bill Stepien to head his electoral campaign team. He replaces Brad Parscale, criticized internally after the failed meeting in Tulsa last month.

Donald Trump announced Wednesday July 15 the replacement of his campaign director, less than four months from the US presidential election , while the current Republican tenant of the White House is given behind the presumed democratic candidate Joe Biden in opinion polls.

Via Facebook, the American president has indicated that Brad Parscale will give way to Bill Stepien, previously deputy director of the campaign. "Both were deeply involved in our historic victory in 2016, and I look forward to having a great and very important second victory together," , he said.

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"It should be much easier as our poll numbers climb quickly, the economy is recovering, vaccines and treatments (against COVID-19) will arrive soon, and that Americans want safe streets and communities! ", added Trump.

Failure of Tulsa

meeting Brad Parscale, who retains a role of senior advisor, will now focus on the campaign's digital strategy, said the Republican president.

The now ex-campaign manager has been blamed internally for the failure of the meeting organized last month in Tulsa, Oklahoma , which attracted significantly fewer people than expected and caused a wave of infections to coronavirus that forced members of the campaign team to go into quarantine.

Trump advisers have also privately criticized the campaign’s lack of a central message. They said, however, that the American president was also responsible for it because he lacked discipline on how to communicate his team's message and present his program for a second four-year term.

A poll by Reuters / Ipsos shows that the Republican billionaire is ten percentage points behind Joe Biden in his voting intentions. The survey indicates that voters are frustrated with Trump's handling of the health crisis.

At 100 days before the election, Trump faces the specter of defeat .
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