Republican National Convention
The logo for the Republican National Convention in Charlotte has people thinking of Lovecraft, mind flayers and Hydra.
The Charlotte, North Carolina, City Council passed a resolution denouncing the president's bigotry and calling out his attempt to "stoke fear of others."
Republicans say you can't trust one of the president's former top men.
"Seriously. I swear that Republicans can be their own worst enemy," Republican National Committee member Jevon O.A. Williams wrote.
Trump mocked Bush's "thousand points of light" quote at a rally earlier this year. He used the same quote in his tribute to the former president.
"This is undoubtedly the most insipid excuse at fund raising I have ever seen."
The Las Vegas mogul has been accused of sexually harassing and abusing female employees.
Getting rid of the order raises concerns that Republicans may engage in voter intimidation tactics.
"Where should we send the lumps of coal?"
"MAGA: Mueller Ain't Going Anywhere"
"Life comes at you fast."
The former Trump campaign chairman is charged with laundering millions from Vladimir Putin's allies in Ukraine.
Republican leaders support tax cuts adding trillions to the national debt now, but had dire warnings about it under the Obama administration.