Donald Trump Loses His Campaign Chairman, Paul Manafort

Donald Trump Loses His Campaign Chairman, Paul Manafort

Looks like things seem to be falling apart for Donald Trump and his campaign! His most recent upset includes his campaign chairman, Paul Manafort’s resignation.

The news came shortly after Trump brought on Steve Bannon from Breibart News, as the campaign CEO.

Did Trump put Paul in his feelings #OrNah?

Trump released a statement addressing the pair’s departure and it was surprisingly shadeless:

“I am very appreciative for his great work in helping to get us where we are today, and in particular his work guiding us through the delegate and convention process. Paul is a true professional and I wish him the greatest success,” he said.

Trump made things official with Bannon earlier this week and went as far as even appointing Kellyanne Conway as the campaign manager. Manafort’s position remained the same but apparently that wasn’t enough because the campaign got the boot from him.

Does this mean that Manafort is down to also #DumpTrump at the polls?!
Manafort’s resignation may mean trouble for his already crashing campaign. If memory serves us right when he was brought on in March, he and Trump’s former campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski were constantly bumping heads.

Corey was pushing for a “Let Trump be Trump” wave while Manafort’s effort suggested would attempt to diffuse his harsh presence.

What does this mean for the #Roommates? It means it’s time to do some research on Steve Bannon and know which yway Trump’s campaign could possibly turn. When you get to those polls, you want to be confident in your final choice.

Source: CNBC,

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