More Than 150 Republican Leaders Don’t Support Donald Trump. Here’s When They Reached Their Breaking Point.


This list includes leaders who have said they will not vote for Donald J. Trump, have withdrawn endorsements of him or have called for him to step down as the nominee. People shaded in blue have said they will vote for Hillary Clinton.People who have been added to the list since a tape of Mr. Trump making vulgar remarks surfaced.

Kelly Ayotte, Senator of New Hampshire
Robert Bentley, Governor of Alabama
Jaime Herrera Beutler, Representative of Washington
Bradley Byrne, Representative of Alabama
Jason Chaffetz, Representative of Utah
Mike Coffman, Representative of Colorado
Barbara Comstock, Representative of Virginia
Mike Crapo, Senator of Idaho
Dennis Daugaard, Governor of South Dakota
Rodney Davis, Representative of Illinois
Cory Gardner, Senator of Colorado
Scott Garrett, Representative of New Jersey
Cresent Hardy, Representative of Nevada
Joe Heck, Representative of Nevada, running for Senate
Gary Herbert, Governor of Utah
Jon M. Huntsman Jr., Former governor of Utah
Will Hurd, Representative of Texas
Carly Fiorina, Former chief executive of Hewlett-Packard and candidate for G.O.P. nomination
Deb Fischer, Senator of Nebraska
Jeff Flake, Senator of Arizona
Jeff Fortenberry, Representative of Nebraska
John Kasich, Governor of Ohio
Steve Knight, Representative of California
Mike Lee, Senator of Utah
Frank LoBiondo, Representative of New Jersey
Mia Love, Representative of Utah
Susana Martinez, Governor of New Mexico
John McCain, Senator of Arizona
Lisa Murkowski, Senator of Alaska
George E. Pataki, Former governor of New York
Erik Paulsen, Representative of Minnesota
Tim Pawlenty, Former governor of Minnesota
Rob Portman, Senator of Ohio
Condoleezza Rice, Former Secretary of State under George W. Bush
Martha Roby, Represenative of Alabama
Tom Rooney, Representative of Florida
Brian Sandoval, Governor of Nevada
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Former governor of California
Chris Stewart, Representative of Utah
Dan Sullivan, Senator of Alaska
John Thune, Senator of South Dakota and chairman of the Republican Conference
Fred Upton, Representative of Michigan
Ann Wagner, Representative of Missouri
What Trump Said
When They Walked
June 16, 2015
Mr. Trump announces candidacy
“They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists.”

On undocumented immigrants from Mexico.
July 18, 2015
“He’s not a war hero. He’s a war hero because he was captured. I like people that weren’t captured.”

On Senator John McCain of Arizona, a former prisoner of war.
Sept. 15, 2015
Club for Growth, a conservative organization, announces an ad campaign to discredit Mr. Trump.
Nov. 12, 2015
“I know more about ISIS than the generals do. Believe me.”
Nov. 13, 2015
Paris attacks
Nov. 24, 2015
“Now this poor guy, you ought to see this guy.”

Mr. Trump jerked his arms around in front of his body and used a mocking tone to imitate a disabled New York Times reporter.
Dec. 2, 2015
San Bernardino attack
Dec. 7, 2015
“Donald J. Trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States.”
Dec. 11, 2015
Representative Reid Ribble of Wisconsin says he will not support Mr. Trump if he is the Republican nominee.

Mr. Ribble
Dec. 16, 2015
“Trump … is employing the kind of hateful rhetoric and exploiting the insecurities of this nation, in much the same way that allowed Hitler and Mussolini to rise to power in the lead-up to World War II.”“When people call you brilliant, it’s always good, especially when the person heads up Russia.”“Donald Trump is a menace to American conservatism who would take the work of generations and trample it underfoot on behalf of a populism as heedless and crude as The Donald himself.”

“So if you see somebody getting ready to throw a tomato, knock the crap out of them, would you?”
Feb. 6, 2016
“I would bring back waterboarding, and I’d bring back a hell of a lot worse than waterboarding.” don’t know anything about David Duke. O.K.? I don’t know anything about what you’re even talking about with white supremacy or white supremacists.”