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The Ohio Republican Party censured Representative Anthony Gonzalez on Friday and called for his resignation for voting to impeach Donald Trump in January.

The White House on Friday began voluntarily identifying people who visited with President Joe Biden or his aides, reinstating a practice put in place by Democrat Barack Obama but later dropped by Republican Donald Trump.

The former Indianapolis Colts wide receiver was among 10 Ohio GOP House members who were censured by the Ohio Republican Party for voting to impeach former President Donald Trump.

Joking that he was a “marked man in Congress...but a Florida man," Gaetz called former President Donald Trump “the undisputed leader of the Republican Party."

Sen. Lindsey Graham said the Republican Party "can't grow" without former President Donald Trump amid a bitter internal row about the GOP's long-term political direction.

Florida, which was won by former President Donald Trump by about 3 percentage points in 2020 is following Georgia, Montana and Iowa as the latest Republican-controlled state to impose hurdles to casting a ballot.

‘Utah Politics’ podcast: We’re joined this week by political strategist Mike Madrid, a co-founder of the Lincoln Project, who says the Republican base is radicalizing, mostly because of former President Donald Trump

“The reason why there is a Democratic Senate in Washington today is because of Donald Trump, not Mitch McConnell,” the Republican pollster @FrankLuntz  tells @karaswisher  on today’s episode of Sway.

Months into a new presidency, there’s still a rift within the Republican Party over former President Donald Trump’s false claims about election fraud. Listen:

“Today appears to be the day that you could mark in your calendars as the day that represents the Republican party’s complete and total surrender to Donald Trump.”


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Donald Trump is a cancer on the Republican Party. The question is whether Republican senators will show enough courage to cut it out before it metastasizes.

Donald Trump destroyed the Republican majority in the House, Senate, and their control of the White House. The vote to turn a blind eye to the instigation of sedition, cop killing, and treason will forever haunt their party and lead to their collapse. Remember this day.

Last year, we proved Donald Trump guilty of abusing the power of his office. But Republican Senators refused to convict, claiming on principle, voters should decide. Now, those same Senators wish to overturn the election results. They have no principle, only fear and ambition.

It’s tempting to use the analogy of rats fleeing a sinking ship to describe the growing number of Republican elected officials starting to speak out against Donald Trump. But that's really not fair to rats, who tend not to be complicit in driving ships to the bottom of the sea.

There is no longer a Republican Party. There is the Trump Party. No platform, no principles, no ideals, no vision. Just Donald J. Trump. GOP, RIP.

The Republican convention is designed for one purpose—to soothe Donald Trump’s ego. To make him feel good. But it’s not supposed to be about him—it’s supposed to be about us. The people.

Liberals were right about George W Bush and they’re right about Donald Trump. The Republican Party is a political party incapable of governing the nation without ushering in death, devastation, and national humiliation. Just the facts.

Russians are paying Islamic radicals to kill American troops in Afghanistan. Donald Trump has known about Putin targeting Americans for months and has refused to even condemn Russia diplomatically. What Republican senator will speak out against this shocking dereliction of duty?

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“There is no Whistleblower. There is someone with an agenda against Donald Trump. What he was blowing the whistle on didn’t happen. We have the transcript of the call. This is all a farce and no Republican should forget that.” @dbongino  @foxandfriends 

Donald Trump will receive a tax break of up to $11 million a year as a result of the Republican tax plan he signed into law. Meanwhile, President Trump’s budget would eliminate after school programs for more than 1 million children.