Paul Manafort, installed as the chief strategist for Donald J. Trump’s campaign after the firing of his original campaign manager, handed in his resignation on Friday morning, three people briefed on the matter said.
Mr. Manafort left after a major shake-up following a New York Times report about tumult within the Republican presidential nominee’s campaign, according to the sources.
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