President's repeated attacks against a fellow Republican raise fears that Trump could end up threatening chances of GOP Senate candidates in runoff.
Republican Gabriel Sterling decried threats against election workers and implored the president and senators to step up and show leadership.
President Donald Trump is headed to Georgia to campaign in two key runoff Senate races, but some Republicans fear his voter fraud conspiracies and attacks on state officials may have backfired on the upcoming elections.
Trump has continued attacks on Georgia’s GOP state officials and the state’s election system, potentially taking away from his public praise of Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler.
Former Clinton and Obama adviser Neera Tanden, the likely nominee for director of the Office of Management and Budget, is drawing opposition on Capitol Hill.
The Republican Party chairman for Texas' largest county was dogged by controversy during his brief time on the job.
A Pennsylvania state senator suddenly left a meeting with President Donald Trump after the lawmaker tested positive for COVID-19.
Wild conspiracy theories could end up slapping Republicans in the face.
“My family voted for him, donated to him and are now being thrown under the bus by him,” Brad Raffensperger wrote in an op-ed published Wednesday.
The Trump era "might represent only a middle chapter in the Republican Party’s transformation ... into an authoritarian party," warned Max Boot in The Washington Post.