Andersen: Trump's Campaign Hasn't Really Worked Since Lewandowski

Aug 25, 2016

The ouster of Paul Manafort as campaign manager for the Trump campaign didn't come as a shock after Trump's sustained low polling numbers in the month of August. Dave Andersen, political analyst at Iowa State University, says the shakeup was necessary. 

"He's falling so far behind in the polls nationwide and on the state levels, that the campaign needs some fresh ideas and they need something to start working. I don't think the campaign has really been on the right foot since Corey Lewandowski left, and I'm kind of surprised they didn't consider bringing him back."

In this hour, guest host Emily Woodbury talks with Andersen and Steffen Schmidt, also of Iowa State University, about Trump's campaign.