Donald Trump's campaign is facing new internal discord over who is advising the candidate and whether his current team must expand if he is to make good on his quest for his party's presidential nomination, sources within the team told NBC News.
The dissent comes at a pivotal moment for a campaign team coming off a significant loss in Wisconsin. It has maintained a slender footprint even as Trump has soared in the polls and outpaced his Republican competitors in primary races.
But after several tough weeks, peppered by charges against Trump's campaign manager for misdemeanor battery, and then comments from the candidate that infuriated all sides of the abortion debate, some within the Trump team said it was time for changes.
"There are essentially five or six people in the campaign," said one person who would only speak on the condition of anonymity. "Certain people don't want to lose power."