Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump smiles as he participates in a roundtable discussion on national security in his offices in Trump Tower in New York, Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
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Donald Trump announced a shake-up of his campaign leadership Wednesday, the latest sign of tumult for his struggling White House bid less than three months from his Election Day faceoff with Hillary Clinton.In announcing the shakeup, Trump said Bannon would now oversee the campaign staff and operations, raising questions about Manafort's role going forward.Manafort has spent months trying to ingratiate Trump to Republican lawmakers who have urged the billionaire businessman to dial back his fiery rhetoric and run a more traditional campaign. Trump has largely resisted those pleas and the latest staff changes appear to be a rejection of Manafort's attempt to tame Trump.Bannon's website has been a cheerleader for Trump's campaign for months and also critical of Republican leaders, including House Speaker Paul Ryan. Conway joined Trump's campaign earlier this year as a senior adviser.
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