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U.S. President Donald Trump ousted Brad Parscale as manager of his campaign, replacing him with Bill Stepien as the president seeks to reverse a decline in the polls with less than four months before the November election.

Stepien, who formerly served as White House political director, was deputy to Parscale, the campaign manager since 2018. The move comes as Trump faces a recession, nationwide protests over racism and police brutality and more than 130,000 deaths from an unabated coronavirus pandemic.

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