Politics

Which Republican Lawmakers Have Dumped Trump So Far?

GOP nominee faces backlash for lewd comments about women

Donald Trump is facing calls to step down as the Republican Party's presidential nominee. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

Republican lawmakers are quickly distancing themselves from their GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, after leaked footage released Friday showed Trump using vulgar and graphic language in 2005 to discuss his sexual advances towards women.

While many Republicans have condemned the remarks, others went a step further. Some called on Trump to step down as their nominee and allow his running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, to take the helm. Others have said they can no longer vote for Trump. Here is a list of those members of Congress.

Note: An (*) indicates lawmakers who had said before the leaked comments that they did not support Trump's candidacy.

Have Called for Trump to Step Down 

Have Withdrawn Support

Lindsey McPherson, Rema Rahman, Simone Pathé, Alex Roarty, Niels Lesniewski, Alex Clearfield and Hugh Ferguson contributed to this report.Contact Bowman at bridgetbowman@rollcall.com and follow her on Twitter @bridgetbhc.

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