Donald Trump's presidential campaign underwent a major shake-up on Wednesday morning and now it has begun crowd-sourcing his supporter's thoughts about what to do next.
Trump asked supporters in a new multiple choice questionnaire to tell him what to do for the next 82 days before Election Day.
Sample questions from the survey include, "Should Trump spend more of his time going after Hillary's record and her positions on the issues?" and "Should Trump focus more on positive or negative advertising?"
The survey distributed via email said the Trump team is facing "the fight of a lifetime."
"To win this fight, Trump is turning to his most trusted advisers: the American People," the email stated.
Trump turned to two aides to bolster his senior leadership ranks on Wednesday. The GOP nominee tapped Breitbart.com's Stephen Bannon to serve as his campaign's CEO and picked conservative pollster Kellyanne Conway to serve as his campaign manager.