Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi speaks before the arrival of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump during his campaign event at the Ocean Center Convention Center on August 3, 2016 in Daytona, Florida. Joe Raedle/Getty Images/AFP
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GOP frustrations with Trump mount as allies weigh optionsTheir party in crisis, Republicans' frustration with Donald Trump reached new heights on Wednesday as GOP leaders scrambled to persuade the presidential nominee to abandon divisive tactics that have led to sinking poll numbers and low morale.Trump has exposed deepening party divisions by refusing to endorse GOP House Speaker Paul Ryan's re-election and continuing to criticize the family of a slain U.S. soldier.Gingrich may join Priebus and another Trump ally, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, in specifically urging Trump to adjust his approach, according to the Republican official.Trump on Wednesday dismissed suggestions that the GOP frustration was hurting his campaign.Ryan has backed Trump despite deep differences on policy and temperament, and has encouraged other Republicans to unite behind the party's nominee.Indeed, Trump on Wednesday reported raising $80 million in July for his campaign and the Republican Party.Trump's $80 million includes about $64 million raised through online and direct mail appeals, the campaign said, evidence that Trump is leaning on small donors to finance the bulk of his presidential run.
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