Trump’s campaign has been in a tailspin, as his team is scrambling to fix the campaign, with some staffers saying they are considering whether to resign or step down as the nominee.
It’s not just the Republicans who are in the middle of this mess: Democrats are also feeling the heat.
Here are five things you need know about this election and the candidates vying to take the White House: 1.
Trump’s Team Is Under Attack, Too: This is the story of Trump’s White House team as it tries to save itself from the Trump phenomenon.
Two key players are the campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, and chief strategist Steve Bannon.
Trump and Bannon are feuding with each other.
They are now at odds over the best way to save Trump’s presidency: whether to nominate Sen. Marco Rubio as his vice president.
Some members of Trump and his top aides are even suggesting that if Rubio does not win the nomination, he should step down to avoid the wrath of his own party.
There Are Three Possible Contenders: There are three possible candidates vying for the Republican nomination.
Cruz and Rubio are the frontrunners.
Trump is also in the race, but he’s not ruling it out.
What’s Going On: While it’s not clear who is going to be nominated, Trump has said that he would pick his vice presidential candidate.
There are no known nominees at this point.
There’s a lot of drama and chaos in the world of politics right now.
What Does The Trump Campaign Do?
Conway has made it clear that Trump is not going to accept the nomination.
She said on Sunday that Trump will choose his vice candidate on Tuesday.
In addition, Trump’s top aides have been publicly weighing their options, and some say that they are contemplating whether to step down from the campaign or if they should resign.
What About the Democrats?
The Democrats have had an extremely rough week.
The DNC was rocked by the resignation of the chairwoman, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who was accused of taking bribes from a former chair of the DNC and the resignation last week of former DNC vice chair Rep. Keith Ellison, who is also a candidate.
While many Democrats are still hoping that Ellison can get the nomination and win the election, some are wondering whether he should be considered a “favorite” for the nomination because he is a Democrat.
This is part of the reason that some are calling for the DNC to suspend Ellison, as well as for some DNC officials to resign.