Those withdrawing their support for Trump or calling for him to step aside included No. 3 Senate Republican John Thune; Senator Rob Portman, who is running for re-election in Ohio; Senator John McCain, a former Vietnam War prisoner whom Trump famously mocked last year, only to win the nomination; Senator Kelly Ayotte, who’s facing a tough re-election in the presidential battleground state of New Hampshire; and even a pair of U.S. House members from staunchly conservative Alabama.
Some Republican lawmakers said Trump should step aside to allow his running mate, Indiana Governor Mike Pence, to become the nominee, and some said they’d write in Pence on their ballot in November. Pence, a 57-year-old former U.S. House member, has served as a bridge between Trump and the Republican establishment.
SAYS GATEWAY PUNDIT
Here is the full list of Republicans calling on Trump to drop out.
What a disgrace.
They would rather have the rape accomplice in the White House.