Francesca Chambers and Michael Wilner of McClatchy –
President Donald Trump’s campaign is adapting its messaging and fundraising tools for the era of social distancing. But adjusting the core argument of his reelection bid – that the economy is stronger than it was four years ago – is proving to be a much greater challenge.
A global pandemic that erased all of the economic gains made since Trump took office has kept the candidate confined to the White House and prevented large rallies and high-dollar fundraisers. It has forced his well-oiled campaign operation to radically change course.