The Republican Party: Why I voted for Trump

In August, Donald Trump defeated the Republican establishment and gained control of the White House.

But in November, it looked like the GOP would be back in control of Congress.

A Trump victory, and the Republican Party would become an even more extreme right-wing party.

It was a historic moment.

As a result, many Americans feel like they’re living through a Trump-style backlash, as the media and political establishment is focused on attacking the former reality TV star. 

The new Republican Party, or “reform,” is a coalition of conservative lawmakers and the establishment that includes prominent Republicans.

It includes the House Freedom Caucus, the National Rifle Association, and Tea Party groups like FreedomWorks and Americans for Prosperity.

The new GOP has taken a number of steps that are designed to make sure the Republican brand and brand of the party remains the same. 

For example, Republicans have introduced bills that have the support of the National Review, Breitbart, and FreedomWorks, which has been dubbed “the party of Putin” by Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham. 

In fact, the New York Times called FreedomWorks “the most powerful lobbying organization in America.”

It’s the only organization that receives as much money as it does from Koch Industries, a Koch Industries subsidiary. 

It’s also the only lobbying organization that has the ability to influence Congress through a combination of direct contributions and through spending. 

Republicans have also pushed legislation that would limit the ability of Congress to block President Donald Trump’s executive orders on immigration.

The Senate approved a bill last month that would ban the President from issuing any new executive orders. 

And Republicans have passed bills that would increase the penalties for voter fraud, which is an important issue in states like Florida, Georgia, and Texas. 

President Trump’s popularity is soaring as the Trump administration has continued to push a pro-Trump agenda, including policies that would restrict immigration, deport undocumented immigrants, and crack down on unions and public employees. 

While many Americans support the GOP and the President, many Republicans don’t want to be seen as supporting a radical, extreme agenda. 

What’s more, the GOP has tried to distance itself from the Trump campaign’s policies.

In April, Republican lawmakers voted against an amendment by Rep. John Shimkus (R-Ill.) that would have barred the use of taxpayer dollars to help Trump’s inauguration celebrations.

Shimkus’ vote, which was criticized by Democrats, is the second time that Republican lawmakers have voted against Trump’s agenda.

The Trump campaign also made an attempt to undermine the GOP, as they announced that they would spend millions of dollars on advertising, a move that could be seen by many as a form of corporate influence. 

On the other hand, Republicans in Congress have made efforts to try and change the image of the GOP. 

Members of the House and Senate have introduced legislation to repeal parts of the Affordable Care Act, including the protections for people with preexisting conditions. 

This effort has been met with backlash, however. 

Earlier this month, the House voted to repeal a rule that allowed insurance companies to charge people more for policies with preeXisting conditions, and to delay implementation of the rule until 2020. 

Similarly, in March, House Republicans voted to make it harder for people to qualify for Medicaid expansion under Obamacare. 

Finally, in November 2015, the Republican-controlled House voted in favor of repealing the Affordable Healthcare Act, and in 2017, House Speaker Paul Ryan (R, Wis.) signed the AHCA into law. 

But this week, Republicans also failed to reach a deal on the repeal of the Trans-Pacific Partnership. 

“I believe that a president should be able to get everything done on his own,” Rep. Joe Barton (R., Texas) said at the time, referring to the TPP.

“But this president is not doing that.

This president is getting all his stuff done with the help of the Congress, and he’s not doing it with the support and support of his base.” 

What does this mean for you? 

If you are a Republican who is frustrated by the Trump-era GOP and is looking for a new direction, you might want to look into a new party.

But if you’re not quite sure what to make of the Trump era or what you want to do in your future, you can read more about the new party, or just read about the current party. 

Follow Sarah Binder on Twitter at @SarahBinder. 

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