Paul Manafort, shown here on the floor of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland last month, resigned his post as Donald Trump's campaign chairman on Friday.
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Paul Manafort, shown here on the floor of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland last month, resigned his post as Donald Trump's campaign chairman on Friday.

Today on "Political Rewind," Donald Trump says he regrets some of the remarks he's made that he says may have been hurtful to others. Is this the beginning of a campaign reset that could put Trump back on track to win the White House?

Another staff change for Trump: controversial campaign chairman Paul Manafort, now under fire for his business ties to an ally of Vladimir Putin, has left the campaign. We discuss the implications.

The State Department acknowledges that a $400 million payment to Iran was held back for "maximum leverage" in negotiating for the release of American prisoners. Hillary Clinton was no longer secretary of state when the deal was made, but since she's tied herself so closely to President Obama - who denies the payment was ransom - could this be an effective line of attack for Trump?

The FBI has now turned over to Congress notes from the interviews with Clinton and top aides during the investigation of her use of a private email server. Is the email problem going to haunt Hillary all the way to Election Day? Why can’t she find a way to put it behind her?

The Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee is now running web ads attacking Jim Barksdale, Johnny Isakson’s virtually unknown opponent in the contest for Isakson’s seat in the U.S. Senate. Are the ads just a precaution or does the GOP worry Isakson is vulnerable?

 

Panelists:

Jim Galloway ­– AJC political writer

Julianne Thompson – Republican political consultant

Beth Schapiro – retired Democratic pollster and consultant