CNN and other sites reported for the first time the numbers that show Trump is lagging behind Joe Biden in countries like Michigan and Wisconsin – weeks ago, but the change of study team was proposed after Trump became angry about the coverage of the numbers in the last days. Campaign officials were disappointed after detailed data on four of the 17 countries surveyed expired in markets like ABC last week.
The campaign also cut off relations with Brett Lloyd, president and CEO of Polling Company According to former White House advisor, Kelian Conway, a source familiar with this issue, is expected to start working for Basilis and Geller with America First, pro-Trump super PAC, the source said. Lloyd is not expected to continue working with anyone connected to Trump.
A person familiar with cleansing said the shootings are less about the accuracy of voting and more about meeting the president's demands. Another person who knew the discussions rejected this by saying that it was a leak.
"Leaks from the campaign are unacceptable," said the second man. Two people familiar with the discussions said the two best studies, Tony Fabrizio and John McLaughlin, are expected to stay.
The existence of a 17-member survey that contains bad news about Trump in the battlefields was reported by CNN and other weeks before, as the Auxiliaries weighing plans for his choice.
More detailed account of the lenient questionnaires later appeared in the New York Times while the president headed for Iowa to travel to the state that same day as Biden.
But days before the start of the match, specific numbers related to Trump and Biden matches in four countries ran in ABC on Friday, prompting a stronger response from the campaign. Previously, the campaign downplayed the leaked aspects of internal research, but did not deny the figures.
The internal poll became a sensitive topic last week after Trump broke into several campaign officials by telling them that their numbers were incorrect and not exactly a reflection of how he chose across the country, said a person familiar with its reaction, on CNN. In recent days, he has clung to numbers by asking for regular updates or newer polls.
"This is a wrong study," Trump told Fox News in an interview Friday. "Yes, that's wrong."
Campaigners spent the last few days refuting the numbers, claiming they were old or incomplete. One person complained that the campaign had become more focused on the content of the leak than the grim numbers of the president in the key countries on the battlefield.
The consequences of the figures come when Trump prepares to run his 20,000-strong reelection bid in Orlando on Tuesday night, where the first lady Melanie Trump, vice president Mike Pens and second lady Karen Pens will join  The president has held several rallies this year throughout the Rough Belt and in Florida, but his campaign hopes to attract some attention from the expansive Democratic presidential area by organizing a monster-sized rally in a condition that will be burned to be used.
Those close to the president say that Biden has occupied his seat more than any other Democratic candidate because Trump feels that Biden is a more serious threat to the blue-collar call that helped him win the election in 2016. Trump continued to call counselors and allies in the early hours of the morning to question Biden and ask if he was a threat to his power in the White House.
While some assistants advised the president to refrain from attacking Biden by name, suggesting that "sit back and enjoy the show," others say Trump enjoys foil, no matter how far the general election is. He attacked Biden from the White House's southern lawn as he stood by the Japanese prime minister at a press conference in Tokyo and often on his favorite Twitter platform.