List of Republicans Who Have Pulled Their Support for Donald Trump

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HEMPSTEAD, NY – SEPTEMBER 26: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks during the Presidential Debate at Hofstra University on September 26, 2016 in Hempstead, New York. The first of four debates for the 2016 Election, three Presidential and one Vice Presidential, is moderated by NBC’s Lester Holt. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Republicans Who Are Outright Calling on Trump to Drop Out

Some Republicans are so outraged they would like for Trump to drop out of the race altogether. They know this is not really feasible, because the election is less than 30 days away. Another candidate with deeper ties to the party might be willing to find a compromise, but Trump has no loyalty to the Republican party as an institution–it’s more of a convenient vehicle he’s hijacked.

Trump has vowed he would not drop out of the race. Besides, ballots have been mailed out and early voting has started. Republicans could write-in Republican Vice-President nominee Mike Pence on the ballot, (and some declare that they are) but it’s akin to voting third party, and in this case would be the same a voting for Hillary Clinton. If Republicans think they can sway the Electoral College from each state to take Trump votes and give them as Pence they will be met with a huge opposition from their Republican base, not to mention Democrats and a storm of Clinton lawyers. It will make the election recount of 2000 look like a joke.

Sen. Mark Kirk (Illinois)

Sen. John Thune (South Dakota)

Sen. Mike Crapo (Idaho)

Rep. Martha Roby (Alabama)

Rep. Chris Stewart (Utah)

Rep. Joe Heck (Nevada)

Gov. Dennis Daugaard (South Dakota)

Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (West Virginia)

Rep. Rodney Davis (Illinois)

Rep. Ann Wagner (Missouri)

Rep. Bradley Byrne (Alabama)

Rep. Scott Garrett (New Jersey)

Rep. Cory Gardner (Colorado)

Sen. Jeff Flake (Arizona)

Rep. Mike Coffman (Colorado)

Sen. Mike Lee (Utah)

Rep. Barbara Comstock (Virginia)

Rep. Chris Stewart (Utah)

Sen. Ben Sasse (Nebraska)

Gov. John Kasich (Ohio)

Rep. Scott Garrett (New Jersey)

Rep. Fred Upton (Michigan)

Sen. Lisa Murkowski (Alaska)

Sen. Dan Sullivan (Alaska)

Nebraska Sen. Deb Fischer

Businesswoman Carly Fiorina

Former New York governor George Pataki