Faced with increasingly bad polling news and chafing as he read pre-sanitized speeches on teleprompters, GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump has again revamped his campaign leadership.
After vacillating between being a traditional candidate and staying with the rabble-rousing style evidenced during the primaries, Trump looks to be going with a full-on angry white man approach.
The non-family inner circle for the New York billionaire now includes Kellyanne Conway, a senior adviser and pollster already in the organization and Steve Bannon, the executive chairman of Breitbart News. Reports have also surfaced that Roger Ailes, the recently ousted head of Fox News, will begin to advise Trump as he prepares for the presidential debates. [Read more…]