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>> Donald Trump's relentless feud with a family of a fallen Muslim American soldier reeking more havoc Wednesday throughout the Republican Party. Sources telling Reuters, GOP chairman Reince Priebus is enraged with Trump over his back and forth with Khazir Khan, and his fights with other Republicans. Reporter Emily Stevenson is on the trail with Trump in Florida.
>> Republican sources said that Reince Priebus is furious with Trump over his comments to the Washington Post yesterday. He said he was not ready to endorse Paul Ryan. He also said he wouldn't endorse John McCain and had critical things to say about him.>> Trump's refusal to back the two in their primary races made more inexplicable Wednesday as Trump's running mate, Indiana Governor Mike Pence, said he would endorse Ryan and that Trump had urged him to do so.
Amid reports of growing disarray in his campaign, Reuters learning Trump's top aide, Paul Manafort, has been struggling without success to rein him in as he clings to the shoot from the hip style that won him the nomination. We have people that don't know what they're doing.>> Manafort pushing back on Fox Wednesday, saying the campaign is in very good shape.
We are organized, we are moving forward. But Reuters sources telling a different tale.>> Republicans on Capitol Hill also said there is deep frustration, even among Trump supporters about the fact that he keeps getting in these battles with his own party, rather than staying on message and going after Hillary Clinton.
He's seen a number of high profile Republicans say that they aren't going to vote for Hillary Clinton this week. There are rumors and more defections, so Trump is really under a lot of pressure to convince Republicans that he has this campaign under control and can stem the defections.
>> I think we're gonna do so great.>> Nearly lost in the general uproar, Trump's fundraising numbers for July coming in at a healthy $80 million for the campaign and the party, but lagging behind Clinton's haul by about $10 million.