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CLEVELAND– Donald Trump’s presidential campaign has no plans to fire anybody on the campaign or to take any disciplinary action against anyone for the Melania Trump speech plagiarism controversy at the RNC in Cleveland on Monday, CNN learned Tuesday.

As campaign chairman Paul Manafort indicated at his morning news conference, the campaign’s posture is to simply move on from this without addressing it any further.

Manafort denied allegations that Melania Trump plagiarized a Michelle Obama speech on the first night of the Republican National Convention, calling the accusation “just really absurd.”

Keep it to FOX 8 News and fox8.com for the latest; more on the speech here.   Continuing coverage on the RNC right here.