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Here’s A List Of All The Trump “Unendorsements” Of The Last 24 Hours

Here’s A List Of All The Trump “Unendorsements” Of The Last 24 Hours

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The list of Republicans rushing to retract their endorsements of Donald Trump expanded “bigly” as the candidate might say, growing from one singer-songwriter in April to include 28 GOP congressman, Senators, Governors and former presidential nominees. It’s all documented in detail on Wikipedia as Trump’s own party races to cover their own behinds, after misleading the American public into thinking that Donald Trump was actually, somehow in any way shape or form fit to be President of the United States.

Leading the list is 2008 nominee Sen. John McCain, who really has had so many chances to unendorse Trump, but instead painfully carried water for the cruel candidate who mocked him, insisting that his “heroes don’t get captured.” Former 2016 contender Carly Fiorina whose face and looks Trump famously insulted finally noticed that the Republican nominee is horrendous.

Even Salem Radio host and MSNBC personality Hugh Hewitt finally gave up supporting this year’s Republican nominee after publicly changing his position in June once it became apparent that Trump would survive the Republican National Convention as his party’s nominee. Hewitt moderated one of the Republican primary debates earlier this year for CNN. This list of politicians who endorsed and now un-endorse sure to grow:

  1. Kelly Ayotte, U.S. Senator from New Hampshire (retracted Oct. 8, 2016)
  2. Robert J. Bentley, 53rd Governor of Alabama (retracted Oct. 8, 2016)
  3. Bradley Byrne, U.S. Representative for Alabama’s 1st congressional district(retracted Oct. 8, 2016)
  4. Aaron Carter, singer (retracted Apr. 29, 2016)
  5. Jason Chaffetz, U.S. representative for Utah’s 3rd congressional district (retracted Oct. 8, 2016)
  6. Mike Crapo, U.S. Senator from Idaho(retracted Oct. 8, 2016)
  7. Rodney Davis, U.S. Representative for Illinois’s 13th congressional district (retracted Oct. 8, 2016)
  8. Dennis Daugaard, Governor of South Dakota (retracted Oct. 8, 2016)
  9. Carly Fiorina, former CEO of Hewlett Packard, former 2016 candidate for president (retracted Oct. 8, 2016)
  10. Deb Fischer, U.S. Senator from Nebraska (retracted Oct. 8, 2016)
  11. Jeff Fortenberry, U.S. Representative for Nevada’s 1st congressional district (retracted Oct. 8, 2016)
  12. Cory Gardner, Senator from Colorado (retracted Oct. 8, 2016)
  13. Cresent Hardy, U.S. Representative for Nevada’s 4th congressional district (retracted Oct. 8, 2016)
  14. Joe Heck, U.S. Representative for Nevada’s 3rd congressional district (retracted Oct. 8, 2016)
  15. Gary Herbert, 17th Governor of Utah (retracted Oct. 7, 2016)
  16. Hugh Hewitt, radio host (retracted Oct. 8, 2016)
  17. Jon Huntsman Jr., 16th Governor of Utah (2005–2009) (retracted Oct. 7, 2016)
  18. John McCain, Senator from Arizona (retracted Oct. 8, 2016)
  19. Lisa Murkowski, Senator from Alaska (retracted Oct. 8, 2016)
  20. Tim Pawlenty, 39th Governor of Minnesota (2003–2011) (retracted Oct. 8, 2016)
  21. Michael Reagan, son of the 40th President Ronald Reagan (retracted Oct. 2, 2016)
  22. Martha Roby, U.S. Representative for Alabama’s 2nd congressional district (retracted Oct. 8, 2016)
  23. Tom Rooney, U.S. Representative for Florida’s 16th congressional district (retracted Oct. 8, 2016)
  24. Brian Sandoval, Governor of Nevada (retracted June 7, 2016)
  25. Chris Stewart, U.S. Representative for Utah’s 2nd congressional district. (retracted Oct. 8, 2016)
  26. Dan Sullivan, Senator from Alaska (retracted Oct. 8, 2016)
  27. John Thune, U.S. Senator from South Dakota (retracted Oct. 8, 2016)
  28. David Valadao, U.S. Representative from California’s 21st congressional district (retracted June 22, 2016)
  29. Ann Wagner, U.S. Representative for Missouri’s 2nd congressional district(retracted Oct. 8, 2016)

 

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