Republican Party

Former President Donald Trump took to the stage on February 28, for the first time since leaving office, with a typically fiery speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). Trump called for Republican Party unity as he continued to stoke divisions across America with misinformation about the 2020 election.
Limbaugh saturated America's airwaves with cruelty and conspiracies, amassing millions of listeners and transforming the Republican Party.
He's apparently gone as far as selecting a name for the potential new party.
He vowed to "personally work" against members of his own party who don't support the president's attempt to overturn the election.
The group later tweeted a scene from "Rambo" in which the titular character calls on his comrades to "die for something."
To me, Donald Trump is about as un-Republican as someone can get.
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The president's claims are remarkably similar to fake news posts that have circulating on Facebook for months.
In his speech closing out the GOP convention, Trump said a vote for Joe Biden would be "the destroyer of American greatness."
Ronna McDaniel claimed American people "don't like the constant negativity" about President Trump