GOP Voters Declare #NeverTrump & #RepublicansForHillary As Donald Is Named The Nominee (TWEETS)

On Tuesday night, Ted Cruz dropped out of the Republican race for the White House and Donald Trump was named the “presumptive nominee” by the Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus. However, while the RNC may be ready to embrace Trump as their chosen one GOP voters are not – and they took to Twitter to express their disgust.

Fox News contributor Stephen Hayes said Trump isn’t going to happen for him:

Conservative Ben Howe, an editor for RedState went as far as to say he’s voting for Hillary:

Managing Editor at the Washington Examiner, Philip Klein declared that he is no longer a Republican:

Another Fox News contributor, Guy Benson, said he isn’t going to support Trump either:

Conservative radio host and founder of RedState Erick Erickson is echoing the sentiments of other Republicans, saying,”“If Trump is the Republican Party nominee, I won’t be a Republican.”:

“I’m not down with white supremacists.”

This is going to be a huge problem for the Republican Party in November. These people are not just random GOP voters who don’t like Donald Trump, they are very prominent, high profile voices of the party and they are so disgusted with the nominee that they are LEAVING the party. But regular GOP voters are leaving too.

#votehillary #disgruntledrepublican #republicansforhillary ? ? #drudgereport

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That means not only is the RNC going to have to try to figure out how to woo minority voters, women voters and Independent voters, they are going to have to try to woo their OWN voters and minimize the damage their anti-Trump pundits are doing.

If the GOP thought they were stomped in 2012 when they picked Mr. Binders Full of Women as their nominee, they have no clue how painful November is going to be. Grab your popcorn, Democrats. It’s about to be quite a show.

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