An irritated President Trump is out to revamp his campaign machinery after polls showed he is trailing Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden by 9 points and losing terribly in six swing states, threatening not only to sue Brad Parscale, his campaign tactician, but also demanding that he account for the millions of dollars spent for advertising and other expenses, as well clarify from where he got the money to buy a spanking new Ferrari.

Writing about the matter in Vanity Fair, Gabriel Sherman said his sources have confirmed that Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner wants former Mike Pence chief of staff Nick Ayers to jump into the Trump campaign but Ayers has refused the offer, just as he declined an invitation to replace chief of staff John Kelly in 2018, and said he is working on getting Nikki Haley to be the presidential candidate in 2024.