October 28, 2020 03:39 AM RSS

Top Republicans Who Aren't Voting for Trump in 2020

  • Wall Street Rebel | Michael London
  • 09/01/2020 12:04 PM
Top Republicans Who Aren't Voting for Trump in 2020

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As the November Presidential Election draws nearer (63 Days), some current and former GOP officials have begun to break ranks with the rest of their Republican Party.  Many loyal and “bedrock” Republican leaders said that they will be voting for his Democratic opponent, Joseph Biden for President of the United States.

 

Many conspicuous and noticeable Republicans have stepped forward over the past couple of weeks and announced they would not be voting for Donald J. Trump.  Many have broken party lines and endorsed or shown support for former vice president and Democratic nominee Joe Biden. This radical move by true Republicans exemplifies patriotism and commitment to the United States flag, Constitution, Bill of Rights and a declaration signed in 1776 that Trump could ever exemplify. To break ranks with these thugs that are running our country is an act of courage.

These prominent Republicans include elected officials, former Trump administration officials and other prominent Republicans who are standing up to Trump and his administration and saying you were wrong for your decisions for everything from the coronavirus pandemic, poorly maintained national security approaches and the current state of American unrest partially as the result of a resurgence of the call for racism by the president himself.  Former President George W. Bush has not spoken about whom he will vote for in November, people familiar with Mr. Bush’s thinking have said it won’t be Mr. Trump. Mr. Bush did not endorse him in 2016.The list of the upper echelon of Republicans jumping ship is impressive and growing daily.  We the people, the real American pubic are not racist as is this vile administration.  We the people believe in justice for all, not just the 33% constituency of the president.  

 

The Top Republicans Who Aren't voting for Trump in 2020

Alan Steelman

Former Republican member of US House of Representatives  Texas

Anthony Scaramucci

ex-Trump communications director

Arne Carlson

Former Minnesota Governor

Bill Clinger

Congressman Pennsylvania

Bill Weld

Former Massachusetts Gov.

Bill Whitehurst

Former Republican member of US House of Representatives  Virginia

Bob Inglis

Former Republican member of US House of Representatives  South Carolina

Carlos Gutierrez

Former Commerce Secretary

Carly Fiorina

Former GOP presidential candidate

Charles Dyou

Congressman Hawaii

Charlie Dent

Congressman Pennsylvania

Christine Todd Whitman

Former New Jersey Govenor

Christopher Shays

Former Republican member of US House of Representatives  Connecticut

Cindy McCain

Former Republican member of US Senate

Claudine Schneider

Former Republican member of US House of Representatives  Rhode Island

Colin Powell

Former U.S. Secretary of State and retired four-star general

Connie Morella

Former Republican member of US House of Representatives  Maryland

Dave Durenberger

Former Senator Minnesota

Dick Zimmer

Former Republican member of US House of Representatives  New Jersey

Eric Edelman

Former senior Defense Department official under President George W. Bush

Feff Flake

Former Republican member of US House of Representatives  Arizona

Gen. Michael Hayden

Former National Security Adviser

George Conway

Husband of Former White House counselor Kellyanne Conway and Lincoln Project

George W. Bush

Former President not voting for Trump

Gordon Humphrey

ex-Sen.  New Hampshire

James Glassman

Former Ambassador

Jeff Flake

Former Arizona Senator

Jennifer Horn

New Hampshire Republican Party Chairwoman

Jim Greenwood

Congressman Pennsylvania

Jim Kolbe

Former Republican member of US House of Representatives  Arizona

Jim Leach

Former Republican member of US House of Representatives  Iowa

Jim Mattis

26th United States Secretary of Defense

Joe Walsh

Former Illinois Rep.

John Bolton

27th United States National Security Advisor

John Kasich

 69th Governor of Ohio

John Mitnick

Former DHS general counsel

John Negroponte

Former Deputy Secretary of State

John Weaver

Former Kasich adviser

Meg Whitman

Former Hewlett Packard CEO

Megan McCain

Daughter, TV commentator Meghan McCain,

Michael Steele

Former RNC Chairman

Mickey Edwards

Former Republican member of US House of Representatives  Oklahoma

Mickie Edwards

Congressman Oklahoma

Mike Parker

Former Republican member of US House of Representatives Mississippi

Miles Taylor

Former Trump Homeland Security chief

Mitt Romney

Senator of Utah not voting for Trump

Phil Scott

Vermont Governor

Ray LaHood

Former Republican member of US House of Representatives   Illinois

Richard Spencer

Former Navy Secretary

Rick Wilson

Republican Conservative pundit

Rosario Marin

Former Treasurer

Sally Canfield

Bush White House domestic policy adviser

Steve Bartlett

Congressman Texas

Steve Bartlett

Congressman Texas

Steve Kuykendall

Former Republican member of US House of Representatives  California

Steve Schmidt

Former adviser to Sen. John McCain

Susan Molinari

Former New York Congresswoman

Tom Coleman

Former Republican member of US House of Representatives  Missouri

Tom Horner

2010 gubernatorial candidate and public relations executive MN

Wayne Gilchrest

Congressman Maryland

William H. McRaven

Retired four-star Navy admiral

150 Former aides and staffers to the Republican Party’s last three standard-bearers

Former President George W. Bush and Sens. John McCain and Mitt Romney

 

 A Statement By Former Republican National Security OfficialsAlt : (A Statement By Former Republican National )

President Trump’s lies, foreign and domestic deception, international relations policies, racial integrity, policy regarding immigrants, political standing and his mastery of illusion has given way to an abandonment by party elite, created in addition to his failures in handling the coronavirus pandemic and by the economic recession, some Republicans have found it easier to publicly renounce their backing. In addition, many life-long Republican Party members who would have never contemplated voting for a Democratic Presidential Candidate are now speaking out....

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