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Republicans For Hillary

This confirms what has been a divisive campaign for the Republican Party, with an unconventional and inexperienced candidate causing the party to divide and fracture in a unique way like never before. While some prominent Republican figures have been willing to endorse and show their support to Trump, controversy began during the GOP Republican Convention during summer, when former nominee Ted Cruz failed to endorse the chosen Republican candidate during his key-note speech. Further fracturing within the party has come from Mitt Romney who has on numerous occasions criticised and ridiculed Donald Trump both on Twitter and throughout his own speeches, stating his view that Trump is not fit for the role of President of the United States. Former Republican candidate John Kasich has further reinforced this rhetoric, although not voicing a preference for Hillary Clinton, Kasich has also described himself as ‘very unlikely’ to vote for Donald Trump in November, turning his back on his party.

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