“Jared and Ivanka are pissed at Brad over promising on crowd size,” the source said.
A spokesperson for Kushner later Sunday said it’s “false” that they are upset with Parscale. And Parscale declined to comment for this story.
A separate campaign source said Trump also “has every right to be pissed” over the turnout in Tulsa.
“They gave adversaries and media a gift. It was overconfidence,” the source said of Parscale and other campaign staffers close to the planning of the event.
Campaign officials should rethink the idea of holding rallies inside arenas and begin contemplating more open-air venues like aircraft hangars, the source continued.
Another campaign adviser summed up the evening by saying “it went poorly.”
Parscale was already under pressure inside the Trump campaign, the adviser said, as the President has occasionally expressed disappointment in his performance over the last several weeks.
Parscale is facing a “decline of confidence,” from Trump’s inner circle, the adviser added.
“Kellyanne (Conway), (Paul) Manafort and Corey (Lewandowski) never had rally size issues,” the adviser said of Trump’s former campaign managers.
CNN’s Jamie Ehrlich contributed to this report.