Trump replaces campaign manager Brad Parscale with Bill Stepien in the wake of Tulsa rally turnout and sliding polls.
Reuters reports a strained relationship between Parscale, with the president being annoyed by the publicity his campaign manager had garnered in the role. The Tulsa rally turnout of a low 6,200 people after Parscale, claiming that more than a million people requested tickets was the final hit.
Bill Stepien had been brought in to help the Trump 2016 campaign. A veteran republican, he brought a lot of political experience, working on the election bids of John McCain in 2008 and George W Bush in 2004. Mr. Stepien was also a former aide of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.