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Republican Party says it will continue to use Trump name in fundraising appeals

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By James Oliphant

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Put Trump's name on everything GOP. He just lost by 7 million votes.

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Trump: A winning strategy!

Keep going for 2024 boys, do it!

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With over 75 million voters the GOP would be wise to do so.

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bass: With over 75 million voters the GOP would be wise to do so.

Agreed, but then again there's not much else for the GOP to lose. The House is gone, so is the Senate and the WH. What else are you guys looking to lose?

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It's still hard to believe that the Republican Party wants to go down this dirty rat hole.

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Why would any group want their organizations associated with a loser? This is very odd.

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branding purposes

The first thought the Trump brand triggers is LOSER.

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trump "the useful fool" is getting a taste of his own medicine!

How many musicians sued to have stop using their music at his rallies?

I hope the GOP rip continues to fester!

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@Bass

With over 75 million voters the GOP would be wise to do so.

trump won 74,222,958 votes. No need to be dishonest or misleading!

How many of those people will still vote GOP in four years?

How many of those idiotic trump voters will still have their voting privileges in 4 years with stunts like Jan. 6?

Capitol Insurrectionist Suspect Flees to Kenya, Is Deported Back to America to Face Justice

https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/capitol-insurrectionist-suspect-flees-kenya-010000659.html

A white business owner flew to Africa to escape arrest from the US federal government after his involvement in an insurrection because his favorite candidate lost in a legal and fair election!

It is really hard to respect the intelligence of some of the GOP voting block!

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Agreed, but then again there's not much else for the GOP to lose.

Nope

The House is gone,

Like in 2011 they’ll retake it again in 2022

so is the Senate

Like in 2014 they’ll retake the Senate as well

and the WH

Probably won’t be Biden at this current political trajectory.

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trump won 74,222,958 votes. No need to be dishonest or misleading!

I’m Not the one misleading anyone.

How many of those people will still vote GOP in four years? 

Given how Biden is royally screwing thingy up, probably even more will vote.

A white business owner flew to Africa to escape arrest from the US federal government after his involvement in an insurrection because his favorite candidate lost in a legal and fair election!

What?

It is really hard to respect the intelligence of some of the GOP voting block

Many say the same thing about liberals and the Democrats

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@bass4funk

give up dude, you’re at it again, trying to defend the indefensible.

I’m torn on this story. On the one hand, his “oh no, I’m missing out on free gritting money!” makes me feel good.

In the other hand, that’s as low as the GOP has sunk, hitching their wagon to this dead horse!! Hahahahaha!!!

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Give donald a cut, when he loses everything else in bankruptcies this is what will keep him afloat!!!

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The party also argued it had "every right to refer to public figures as it engages in core, First Amendment-protected political speech."

They might have, however Trump is completely justified in protesting the use of his name by the Rinos that stabbed him in the back and betrayed the country.

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This is great! Trump has only one once: in 2016 and even then, not the popular vote. He lost the house in 2018, the presidency in a landslide and senate in 2020. His approval rating never went above 50% (Biden's is currently at 53.4).

With such a loser, why does the GOP want be associated with him?

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Rinos that stabbed him in the back and betrayed the country.

ROFL, typical twisted thinking of donald's idiots.

The ones who stormed the Capitol betrayed the country, the ones who held donald responsible are the real patriots!!!

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This whole thing is both sad, and good. It's sad, as it leaves true Republicans without any proper representation, and without a voice of opposition (the current GOP is the voice of obstruction), the whole country suffers to some degree.

The good thing is, it will keep them out of power. Their bubble apparently forgot to tell them that the Trump ticket is a loser. He lost by seven million votes, and THEN he staged an insurrection, which soured many of the people who voted for him just a couple of months later. So, with a loser on the ticket, and particularly with Biden being as spectacular as he is (higher poll numbers already than Trump ever got in four years). Trump has never gotten the popular vote, and lost by a landslide in the last electoral college. They can keep pushing their loser, and they'll lose. Again.

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They might have, however Trump is completely justified in protesting the use of his name by the Rinos that stabbed him in the back and betrayed the country.

It's actually the pro-Trump insurrectionists who are the traitors. Sorry, kiddo.

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With over 75 million voters the GOP would be wise to do so.

Actually it’s 74.2 a difference of 800k which is statistically significant.

A far better strategy would be to speak to the EIGHTY ONE MILLION (which is a lot more than 75) who voted against Trump.

But they have a good grift going and not many of the people who see Don for the narcissistic sociopath he is would fall for it, so.....

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give up dude, you’re at it again, trying to defend the indefensible. 

As if you guys would give up liberalism, come on now...

In the other hand, that’s as low as the GOP has sunk

The Dems were way in the gutter and somehow miraculously emerged from the bowels of irrelevancy, goes both ways, the pendulum swings both ways.

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Actually it’s 74.2 a difference of 800k which is statistically significant. 

According to Stelter and every liberal hating media outlet, I have no doubt they would take that route.

A far better strategy would be to speak to the EIGHTY ONE MILLION (which is a lot more than 75) who voted against Trump.

Uh-huh.....I like that song from the Beatles “I get by with a little help from my friends.”

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@bass4funk

According to Stelter and every liberal hating media outlet, I have no doubt they would take that route.

Facts/Truth = Liberal e.g. Democrats

Which means the opposite of Facts/Truth = Conservatives e.g. Republicans

What are the antonyms for Facts/Truth again?

Refresh everyones memory!

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This is political suicide for the GOP. There's been a number of Republicans in the Lincoln Project and even the ultraconservative commentator George Will has defected. If the GOP is to truly survive they MUST shed themselves of Trumpism. Otherwise it'll become a fully fascist party on the model of Peronism in Argentina.

There's egg on the Republicans' faces. They can bellyache about Biden all they want but they're going to look like ill-mannered disruptive immature fascists if they don't return to their 'conservative' principals. After the unjustifable Jan. 6 coup attempt the GOP is at a crossroads. They're going to look forever stupid if they keep associating themselves with TraitorTrump.

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Bass:. Like in 2011 they’ll retake it again in 2022

If you say so.

In the meantime, enjoy the wait.

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