>> It's terrible!>> Turmoil rapidly engulfing Donald Trump's campaign Thursday as new polls show Hillary Clinton taking double digit leads in key states. In New Hampshire, Clinton surging to a 17 point advantage over Trump, her largest lead in the race yet. While a new poll in Pennsylvania, viewed as crucial for Trump, puts Clinton up 11 points.
This, as Trump kept up a running battle with GOP leaders over a campaign they view as badly off course. Reuters campaign correspondent Steve Holland.>> Well there is pressure growing on Trump to get back on message, and this is coming, not from his critics, but some of his best allies in his campaign and his people outside the campaign who really like him.
They think that he's let the focus get away from Hillary Clinton and onto all these extraneous topics, and he's basically wasted the last two weeks since he was nominated.>> House Speaker Paul Ryan in a radio interview Thursday brushing off Trump's decision not to endorse him in Tuesday's Wisconsin primary.
Knocking tramp again for his quote distressing feud with the family of a fallen Muslim American soldier, and saying his endorsement of Trump is not a blank check. Trump campaign manager, Paul Manafort, acknowledging conflicts within the campaign Thursday over the Ryan matter. But repeating claims that President Obama was responsible for Humayun Khan’s death, even though he was killed in Iraq five years before Obama took office.
As he campaigns Thursday in Maine, Trump pledging to focus his attacks more on Clinton, who has been hammering him relentlessly as unfit for the oval office.>> The skills you need for