Donald Trump's firing of his campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, sounds like a big deal, until you realize how little of a Trump campaign there is to manage.
Late Monday, hours after presumptive Republican presidential nominee Trump let his campaign manager go, new campaign filings revealed that Trump ended May with less than $1.3 million in the bank.
That might sound like a nice piece of change until you learn that Hillary Clinton, his presumptive Democratic opponent, raised more than $28 million in May and started June with $42 million in cash.
Even Trump's fellow Republican Ben Carson reported $1.8 million -- $500,000 more than Trump -- in his campaign fund in May, even though he stopped campaigning in March.
Overall, Team Trump -- his presidential campaign, the Republican National Committee and Trump's allied super PAC Great America PAC -- went into June with $21.7 million in cash. That compares to $103.4 million in cash on hand held by Team Clinton, which includes her campaign, the Democratic National Committee and the Priorities USA super PAC.