Former W.H. Employees Announce Powerful Anti-Trump Resistance Group

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Things are getting bad when the people who work in the Donald Trump White House form an anti-Trump group. Oh sure, The Lincoln Project is comprised of former and disillusioned Republicans and puts out remarkable ads. This new group, though, is just for those who have worked most closely with 45.

The people in this group either work for the administration now or did so previously. Taylor and Elizabeth Neuman came from the president’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS). They saw the worst of the worst and decided to start the Republican Political Alliance for Integrity and Reform (REPAIR). Their goal is to both elect Joe Biden (D) and remake the Republican Party after POTUS converted it into the Trump Party.

 

The group is getting off to a slow start, because anyone criticizing the president can expect to be fired as a result. Two senior administration officials have signed up anonymously, thus far. One of them will reveal his or her identity closer to the election, where it will carry the most powerful punch.

REPAIR has another “bombshell,” and will reveal it Tuesday. The group wants to attract somewhere between 20 and 40 former Republican Trump employees. Taylor quit last year, and just released a statement to The POLITICO:

‘The President has demonstrated he’s unfit for office. And those of us who witnessed the chaos of his Administration firsthand from the inside are coming together to ensure that Trump is not re-elected.’

The statement continued speaking about “the corruption of Trumpism:”

‘More importantly, this organization will be planning for a post-Trump Republican Party and working with other groups to repair the GOP and repair our republic. In the coming weeks, we’ll be announcing a range of Republican talent that will be helping drive the effort, as well as new initiates to bring the GOP back to its roots, away from the corruption of Trumpism, and toward a more forward-looking agenda.’

REPAIR’ is starting off big with this project, Publius Reawakened. It addresses why those closest to the president believe that he has taken over the Republican party and severely damaged it. Trump has transformed the more conservative party into an authoritarian one.

The anti-Trump group will also hit major topics such as US foreign policy. The group delves into how to repair its relationship with our allies and to move the GOP back on track. REPAIR has reached back into the nation’s history and lifted the idea of leveraging the Federalist Papers to convince the people to believe in what was then a new US Constitution.

Another group, Republican Voters Against Trump was the brainchild of the former Weekly Standard Editor Bill Kristol. He has given REPAIR seed money until it can stand on its own. REPAIR plans on presenting ads included former Trump officials who speak out about the White House.

Taylor Neuman appeared in several videos for Kristol’s organization. In them, he endorsed Joe Biden (D) and condemned Trump. He also described the president as “terrifying” and “actively doing damage to our security.” The video attracted six-plus million views on Twitter, and Taylor was off on the TV news circuit. He took interviews with  ABC News, CNN, and MSNBC, among others.

He also condemned Trump for not allowing any criticism of Russia interfering with the 2016 election. He said that the president considered any mention of Russia was equivalent to doubting the veracity of POTUS’ 2016 win. Interestingly enough, Trump continues to support Russia regardless of its current US election involvement

The ad, a condensed version for television, hit the airwaves, including Fox News.

In a Sunday tweet, Taylor seemed to signal current Trump employees to join in his effort:

‘There are people of conscience still left in the Administration and others who’ve departed. They should come forward to say what we all know to be true, what we all witnessed: Trump is unfit for office — and we cannot allow him to debase and divide us.’

The statement continued speaking about “the corruption of Trumpism:”

‘More importantly, this organization will be planning for a post-Trump Republican Party and working with other groups to repair the GOP and repair our republic. In the coming weeks, we’ll be announcing a range of Republican talent that will be helping drive the effort, as well as new initiates to bring the GOP back to its roots, away from the corruption of Trumpism, and toward a more forward-looking agenda.’

However, Acting DHS Secretary Chad Wolf appeared on CNN on Sunday to contradict Taylor:

‘[B]ringing up issues, whether it’s Russia or whether it’s any other issue, with the president has never been a problem for myself.’

There are many anti-Trump groups popping up, such as The Lincoln Project. Former Republican National Committee Michael Steele just announced he was joining the group, according to CNN.

Twitter world had a field day with Trump after this news was released. Check out some great responses below:

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