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Jeff DeWit, an Arizona businessman who has been an avid Trump supporter since the 2016 campaign cycle, will take over Glassner's duties — of which organizing rallies is arguably the most important.
Communications director Tim Murtaugh claimed that the move had nothing to do with the disappointing turnout at a rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, this month, which left Trump "furious."
"This is not a reaction to Tulsa," Murtaugh told NBC News in a statement. "Michael Glassner is moving into the long-term role of navigating the many legal courses we face, including suits against major media outlets, some of which will likely extend beyond the end of the campaign."
"He is one of the founding members of Team Trump and his dedication to the success of the President is unmatched," Murtaugh said.
Jared Kushner, the president's son-in-law, is considered the de facto campaign manager, as he is the main conduit between the White House and the campaign's headquarters in Rosslyn, Virginia.
Glassner, who has been in charge of rallies for more than three years, is being transferred less than two weeks after the Oklahoma debacle — with only about four months to go until the general election.
However, the Trump campaign has ramped up its legal action against news outlets in recent months, and the move seems to be an indication that the effort may intensify in the coming months.
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