Trump's campaign management problems

Ian Tuttle:
Trump and Cruz: A Tale of Two Campaigns, One of Which Is Competent

On Tuesday, Politico reported that the Trump campaign is “increasingly falling into disarray,” conducting massive layoffs and dismantling what little infrastructure it has, including in key general-election states such as Ohio and Florida. The campaign’s data team is now partly in the hands of “a 2015 college graduate whose last job was an internship with the consumer products company Colgate-Palmolive,” wrote Politico, adding: “Some of the campaign’s data remains inaccessible.” For those tracking the Trump campaign, it’s something of a surprise that there is data to speak of at all. As of February, they were not deigning to conduct internal polls.
There is much more in thistale of woe for a candidate who claimed he would hire the best people and best management to deal with problems.  His campaign suggest otherwise.  Erick Erickson says for Trump "Growing UP is Hard."


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