Donald Trump's campaign operation is in disarray, NBC News reports, and that disorganization has led to one missed opportunity after another. Case in point: Trump's top adviser Paul Manafort landed the candidate a "raft of endorsements from local supporters" in California, news which was supposed to be announced via a press release last week. But that release never came, as campaign manager Corey Lewandowski and press secretary Hope Hicks "vetoed draft after draft," according to NBC, evidence of the divide forming among Trump's top-level staff.
This flub is just one of many resulting from the animosity that exists within Team Trump:
Internal antagonism is far from the only organizational problem plaguing Trump's campaign. Read the full rundown on Trump's operational issues — and how some within the campaign think they could cost their candidate the general election — over at NBC News.
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