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.
Over 100 GOP luminaries bashed the president for his "anti-democratic assault" on the integrity of the election.
The GOP senator's "guarantee" got so many things wrong, it's not even funny.
Journalist Carl Bernstein revealed the identity of 21 Republican senators who have privately “expressed their disdain” for President Donald Trump.
"They are treasonous, unpatriotic, downright despotic," the ad warns.
It's "amazing to me that Republicans just keep sitting on their hands. It makes no sense," said the "disappointed" lifelong Republican.
"As much as I’m a strong Republican and I love my party, it’s the country that has to come first," the former New Jersey governor said.
Republicans on Capitol Hill are realizing that "throwing in their lot with Donald Trump is going to be increasingly dangerous," said the Watergate journalist.