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The Republican National Committee is pulling out of presidential debates, putting an end to televised head-to-heads between candidates.
The party unanimously voted to break with the bipartisan group that has organized presidential debates for 34 years.
"Is the Republican Party implying Putin should remain in power?" one Twitter user wondered.
Critics on both sides of the aisle slammed the Republican National Committee's Presidents Day post.
Remember when the rioters at the U.S. Capitol called for Pence to be hanged? Apparently he doesn't.
"It is not ‘legitimate political discourse,’ and it is not justified to descend on the nation’s Capitol at the direction of a disappointed candidate and disrupt the national process."
Brad Carver is one of the 16 Georgia Republicans who falsely claimed to be “duly elected and qualified electors” on an official document.
Singling out members of the GOP who have differing views is "not the job" of the Republican National Committee, the Senate's top Republican said Tuesday.
The Capitol riot was "mob violence," not "legitimate political discourse," as the Republican National Committee claims, said GOP Sen. Ben Sasse.
The resolution framed the violent 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol as "legitimate political discourse."