What's next for Trump, the Republican Party and Biden?
Trump's acquittal raises questions about what's next for the 74-year-old former president, the Republican Party and President Joe Biden.
What's next for Trump, the Republican Party and Biden?
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Donald Trump will destroy the Republican Party — here's how Democrats can help
There is a movement in Congress by Democrats to invoke the 14th Amendment and take away Donald Trump's right to run again for the presidency. Their time would be better spent encouraging Trump to run again.Simply put, Trump is the most unpopular politician in America. In one term, he managed to lose...
Trump let us down, has no future in Republican Party, says Haley
Trump let us down, has no future in Republican Party, says Haley: Indian American Republican politician and 2024 GOP (another name for the Republican Party -- Grand Old Party) Nikki Haley slammed former President Donald Trump for his involvement in the Capitol insurrection stating that he has
Most ever want third party, 62%, GOP wants Trump in charge
Division by both sides on the direction of the Republican and Democratic parties has helped drive support for a national third party to an all-time high of 62%.
Poll: 72% of Republican Voters Say GOP Should Be 'More like Trump'
Nearly three-quarters of Republican voters believe the GOP should be "more like former President Trump" moving forward.
Republican Gov. Larry Hogan Says His Party Needs To ‘Move On From The Cult Of Donald Trump’
Maryland Republican Gov. Larry Hogan said Sunday that his party needs to return to its roots and reject former President Donald Trump’s vision of conservatism, Politico reported. Speaking for ...
Trump could easily steal Republican voters for new party
Roughly 70% of Republicans said in a new poll that they'd either definitely or
World News | Trump Let Us Down, Has No Future in Republican Party, Says Haley
Get latest articles and stories on World at LatestLY. Indian American Republican politician and 2024 GOP (another name for the Republican Party -- Grand Old Party) Nikki Haley slammed former President Donald Trump for his involvement in the Capitol insurrection stating that he has "let us down". World News | Trump Let Us Down, Has No Future in Republican Party, Says Haley.
Donald Trump remains dominant force in Republican party following acquittal
For Trump's loyalists, the acquittal offers a vindication of sorts and a fresh connection to the former president's fiery base
After Trump acquittal, Republicans see ‘battle for soul of party’
WASHINGTON, Feb 15 — A day after the Senate acquitted Donald Trump in a historic second impeachment trial, America was weighing how long a shadow the former president will cast — over his party, and over the country. The Senate on Saturday voted 57-43 to convict Trump of inciting the January 6...
After Trump acquittal, Republicans see 'battle for soul of party'
A day after the Senate acquitted Donald Trump in a historic second impeachment trial, America was weighing how long a shadow the former president, even with a tarnished legacy, will continue to cast
After Trump acquittal, Republicans see 'battle for soul of party'
A day after the Senate acquitted Donald Trump in a historic second impeachment trial, America was weighing how long a shadow the former president will cast -- over his party, and over the country.
After Trump acquittal, Republicans see 'battle for soul of party'
A day after the Senate acquitted Donald Trump in a historic second impeachment trial, America was weighing how long a shadow the former president, ...
After Trump acquittal, Republicans see 'battle for soul of party'
With Trump hinting afterward at a possible political future, even as other Republicans said it was time to move on, the stark divide facing the party was on full view.
After Trump acquittal, Republicans see 'battle for soul of party'
Despite Trump's acquittal, Democrats insisted Sunday they had achieved a moral and political victory by securing some Republican votes in the Senate trial while permanently tarring Trump's name and clearing the way for President Joe Biden to quickly advance his agenda.
Anti-Trump Republicans discuss organizing a new third party
A veteran GOP strategist who was on a major call last week with dozens of former Republican officials from past GOP administrations to discuss forming a break-away conservative party tells Fox News that the discussion was just the first step.
Former Republicans Consider Forming Anti-Trump 3rd Party
Dozens of former Republican officials, who view the party as unwilling to stand up to former President Donald Trump and his attempts to undermine U.S. democracy, are in talks to form a center-right breakaway party, four people involved in the discussions told Reuters. The early-stage discussions include former elected Republicans, former officials in the Republican administrations of Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, George W.
Exodus of Republican voters tired of Trump could push party further right
More than 68,000 Republicans have left the party in recent weeks.
Republican support for Trump to play role in party up 18 points from early January
The percentage of Republicans who wish to see former President Donald Trump play a role in the future of the party has jumped by double digits since early January, according to a new poll. 
Cassidy: Trump's Force Will Wane, The Republican Party 'Is More than Just One Person'
Senator Bill Cassidy (R-LA), who voted to convict former President Donald Trump at the conclusion of his second impeachment trial, dismissed the long-term implications of opposing Trump by telling ABC's "This Week" on Sunday that the Republican Party was "more than just one person." | Clips
With Trump’s attacks on McConnell, the battle for the soul of the Republican Party rages on
The Republican Party is drenched in controversy, bitterly divided as it seeks redemption in a country that is itself divided. That situation is all the more perilous because the fault line in the party is a single individual
Republican Groups Censure Party Lawmakers Who Voted to Impeach, Convict Trump
State and local Republican groups in the United States are rebuking national lawmakers from their own party who voted to impeach or convict former President Donald Trump of inciting an insurrection at the U.S. Capitol last month.   The Senate acquitted Trump on Saturday of a single charge of having incited the deadly January 6 attack on the seat of the U.S.
What to do about Trump? Republicans who want to be president face dilemma
Prospective 2024 Republican presidential candidates are starting to choose where they stand on former President Donald Trump going forward in the aftermath of his second impeachment, a key question they will all need to answer.
Dozens of Former Republican Officials in Talks to Form Anti-Trump Third Party
Dozens of former Republican officials, who view the party as unwilling to stand up to former President Donald Trump and his attempts to undermine U.S. democracy, are in talks to form a center-right breakaway party, four people involved in the discussions told Reuters. The early-stage discussions include former elected Republicans, former officials in the Republican administrations of Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, George W.
Dozens of former Republican officials in talks to form anti-Trump third party
Dozens of former Republican officials, who view the party as unwilling to stand up to former President Donald Trump and his attempts to undermine U.S. democracy, are in talks to form a center-right breakaway party, four people involved in the discussions told Reuters. The early stage discussions include former elected…
Dozens of former Republican officials in talks to form anti-Trump third party
Dozens of former Republican officials, who view the party as unwilling to stand up to former U.S. President Donald Trump and his attempts to undermine U.S. democracy, are in talks to form a centre-right breakaway party, four people involved in the discussions told Reuters.
Dozens of former Republican officials in talks to form anti-Trump party
The plan would be to run candidates in some races but also to endorse center-right candidates in others
Anti-Trump Republicans face major challenge in launching third party
WASHINGTON, Feb 12 — A group of former Republican officials considering a new centre-right political party to counter former President Donald Trump’s influence would face steep challenges in shaking up a US political system that has favoured two-party rule throughout its history. Reuters...
Anti-Trump Republicans face major challenge in launching third party
A group of former Republican officials considering a new center-right political party to counter former President Donald Trump’s influence would face steep challenges in shaking up a U.S. political system that has favored two-party rule throughout its history.
Anti-Trump Republicans face major challenges in launching third party
A group of former Republican officials considering a new centre-right political party to counter former U.S. President Donald Trump's influence would face steep challenges in shaking up a U.S. political system that has favored two-party rule throughout its history.
Anti-Trump Republicans face major challenge in launching third party
The resistance to a third party among some of Trump's toughest Republican critics underscores the extreme difficulty of such a political revolt.
Anti-Trump Republicans Reportedly Split On Forming Third Party
Republicans opposed to former President Donald Trump are split on the idea of forming a new party, according to a Sunday report from The Hill. Last week, a group of more than 120 conservative ...
Anti-Trump Republicans face major challenge in launching third party
A group of former Republican officials considering a new centre-right political party to counter former President Donald Trump’s influence would face steep challenges in shaking up a US political system that has favoured two-party rule throughout its history.
Trump to Lay Out His Vision for Republican Party's Future at CPAC, Adviser Says
Former US President Donald Trump is widely expected to deliver a speech at the upcoming Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Orlando, Florida next week...
GOP: McConnell-Trump civil war will hurt Republicans
Republicans are worried that the battle between former President Trump and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) could torpedo their efforts to win back majorities in the House and Senate in
Republicans are leaving the light on for Trump
The GOP can't repudiate Trump because they know he might come back
What Happens to the Republican Party After Impeachment?
New polling shows us where the GOP might go and if Trumpism could survive without Trump.
Republicans should impeach Trump but cost now will be high
The Republicans face a truly awful choice. Acquit Trump and they license a seditious brand of politics; convict and they rent themselves asunder.
Dozens of former Bush officials leave Republican Party, calling it 'Trump cult'
Dozens of Republicans in former U.S. President George W. Bush's administration are leaving the party, dismayed by a failure of many elected Republicans to disown Donald Trump after his false claims of election fraud sparked a deadly storming of the U.S. Capitol last month.
Former Republican officials in talks to form center-right anti-Trump party: report
A contingent of former Republican officials are in talks to form a political party that would break away from supporters of former President Trump,
The acquittal of Donald Trump
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The Republican runners and riders in the race to succeed Donald Trump
From would-be-statesmen to sycophants, Republican hopefuls all bear the hallmarks of Trump’s legacy.
LETTER: Republicans will pay for tying themselves to Donald Trump
The Democrats gave the Republicans two opportunities to rid their party of ex-president Donald J. Trump, and they did not take advantage of it.
Republicans and Donald Trump: the tale of the untameable shrew
Maureen Dowd: GOP leaders attempting to bridle the ex-president are on a fool’s errand
Trump urges Senate Republicans to dump McConnell
In his most extensive comments yet on politics since stepping down from power on 20 January, Trump also claimed credit for some Republican gains in the 3 November election and threatened to use his influence against party candidates who don't align with him.
Can Trump come back?
Donald Trump took in the win at Mar-a-Lago, surrounded by friends and family. His lawyers celebrated with hugs and smiles. One joked, "We’re going to Disney World!”
Republicans who voted to convict Trump face censure at home
North Carolina Senator Richard Burr is the latest to be censured by local Republicans for his US impeachment trial vote.
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