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>> Is it fun to be at a Trump rally?>> Donald Trump on Thursday, securing all 1238 delegates for the Republican presidential nomination, but short one top aide. National Political Director, Rick Wiley, getting the boot after just six weeks on the job. The move a victory for Trump's original campaign team, including press secretary, Hope Hicks, and campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, who are in a tug of war with a new guard hired to smooth relations with the Republican brass led by veteran strategist, Paul Manafort, who hired Wiley.
Reuters' Emily Flitter explains.>> The people who have been with Trump since the beginning sort of saw these new people as Johnny-come-latelies who weren't as loyal to Trump, and maybe as fervent in their support of Trump, as the original team. On the other hand, campaign sources I spoke to said that Wiley simply wasn't doing a good job.
>> Wiley's firing coming on the heels of Trump's Wednesday California swing that ranged
om punches to punchlines. Clashes breaking out between supporters and anti-Trump demonstrators outside his rally at the Anaheim Convention Center. Protesters wrangling their way inside as well.>> Get them out. Get them out.>> Capping off his California visit, Trump telling Jimmy Kimmel he'd debate Bernie Sanders.
Sanders responding with a robust game on for a Golden State debate.