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A former Republican congressman just apologized for helping put ‘an unfit con man in the White House’
Former GOP congressman Joe Walsh also called for a Republican primary challenger to take on President Donald Trump in 2020.
Rep. Steve King questioned whether there would be ‘any population left’ without pregnancies from rape and incest
In January, King lost his committee assignments after questioning how terms like "white supremacist" became offensive in an interview.
Over one-third of Republican primary voters supported the racist chants at Trump’s North Carolina rally
Trump's anti-immigrant rhetoric may resonate among the white-working class voters he needs to win the 2020 presidential election.
Rep. Will Hurd is the 9th GOP house member to announce he’s retiring this year, and it may jeopardize the GOP’s chances of a House takeove...
"Members who came in in the majority and now hate life in the minority," said one consultant
"There were times when it was fun and times when it wasn't," Rep. Will Hurd of Texas said in a statement.
House Republicans plan to hold one of their biggest annual meetings in Baltimore, a city which Trump says is ‘dangerous’ and ‘filthy...
Trump described Baltimore as a "very dangerous & filthy place." His party will hold a major yearly meeting in the city in September.
Meet the self-proclaimed ‘billionaire heiress’ who runs the Manhattan Republican Party, was formerly married to Richard Nixon’s gran...
In her own words, Andrea Catsimatidis is a "billionaire heiress," "business bombshell," and "Manhattan Republican Party Chair."
The group's president, Mark Shaw, said in a statement over the weekend that the meme has been removed, and top state Republican leaders condemned the image.
Trump is furiously accusing Republican lawmakers of being weak in their defense of his racist tweet, report says
Though Republican leaders are refusing to call President Donald Trump's tweets racist, some GOP lawmakers have broken ranks to criticize them.
Pence’s chief of staff defends Trump’s racist tweets, becoming the first White House official to comment on them
Mike Pence's chief of staff is the first White House official to speak publicly of President Donald Trump's comments about some Democratic lawmakers.