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Over the past week, Donald J. Trump has burned down and rebuilt the Republican National Committee, gutting the leadership and much of the staff.

Shane Goldmacher, a national political correspondent for The Times, explains why the former president is trying to reinvent such a crucial piece of campaign apparatus so close to an election.

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Shane Goldmacher, a national political correspondent for The New York Times.

Lara Trump is speaking behind a lectern. The Republican logo of a red elephant is on a large sign in the background.
Lara Trump, Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law, has become the Republican National Committee’s co-chair.Cecile Clocheret/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
  • Days after allies took over the Republican National Committee, Mr. Trump’s advisers were imposing mass layoffs on the party.

  • The former president is facing converging financial crunches as he and the Republican Party confront a shortfall against President Biden and the Democrats.

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