Are all the cool people past gnashing their collective teeth over Trump?
Man, ya know, the show is getting wild.
http://www.politico.com/story/2016/10/rnc-halts-all-victory-project-work-for-trump-229363 In an email from the RNC to a victory program mail vendor, with the subject line“Hold on all projects," the committee asked the vendor to “put a hold" on mail production. “Please put a hold/stop on all mail projects right now. If something is in production or print it needs to stop. Will update you when to proceed," Lauren Toomey, a staffer in the RNC’s political department, wrote in an email that was obtained by POLITICO.The email was sent to at least one RNC victory program vendor. Rick Wiley, a top RNC official, was cc’d on the email.
Republicans Call For Donald Trump To Drop Out; Trump Says He Won't Quit NPR - October 8, 2016 http://www.npr.org/2016/10/08/497181974/republicans-call-for-donald-trump-to-drop-out-trump-says-he-wont-quit Sen. John Thune (R-SD), a member of the GOP's leadership, tweeted that Trump should drop out immediately. For elected Republicans, it is rapidly becoming clear that merely rejecting Trump's remarks isn't enough. Every one of them can expect to be asked whether they are withdrawing their endorsements and whether they will even vote for their party's nominee. Republicans Calling For Trump To Step Aside Sen. John Thune (South Dakota): Third highest ranking Republican in the Senate Sen. Mark Kirk (Illinois): Has run campaign ads distancing himself from Trump. Sen. Ben Sasse (Nebraska): Prominent "Never Trumper" Sen. Mike Crapo (Idaho): Rescinds previous endorsement Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (West Virginia): She said the "appropriate next step may be for him to reexamine his candidacy." Sen. Dan Sullivan (Alaska): Rescinds previous endorsement Sen. Cory Gardner (Colorado): Rescinds previous endorsement Sen. Jeff Flake (Arizona): Did not endorse Trump previously Rep. Martha Roby (Alabama) Rep. Bradley Byrne (Alabama): Previous Trump supporter Sen. Mike Lee (Utah): Did not endorse Trump previously Rep. Jason Chaffetz (Utah) Rep. Mia Love (Utah) Rep. Chris Stewart (Utah) Rep. Barbara Comstock (Virginia) Rep. Mike Coffman (Colorado) Rep. Charlie Dent (Pennsylvania): Previously said he is not voting for Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton in the general election Rep. Ann Wagner (Missouri) Rep. Rodney Davis (Illinois) Gov. Dennis Daugaard (South Dakota) Joe Heck, Republican Senate Candidate (Nevada): Running for Democratic Minority Leader Harry Reid's seat Carly Fiorina, former presidential candidate George Pataki, former New York governor Jon Huntsman, former Utah governor Hugh Hewitt, conservative radio talk show host, previous Trump backer