Gov. Hogan's call to "get the facts" echoed his father, former Maryland Congressman Larry Hogan Sr., who spent hours in hearings and at home poring over evidence as the Watergate scandal unfolded and eventually broke with his party, voting to impeach then-President Nixon.
Seventeen percent of Republican voters told Fox News's pollsters they would prefer that someone other than Trump be the party's nominee.
Even during the fiercely contested 2016 election, sizeable portions of Democrats and Republicans expressed "neutral" opinions toward one another.
"I think he honestly believes his political self-interest is the nation's interests," the former Hewlett-Packard CEO said of President Donald Trump in an interview for the "Recode Decode" podcast.
A former Republican congressman who voted to impeach President Bill Clinton in 1998 told Fox News Saturday that the current claims against Donald Trump are far more damning.
The GOP has so far criticized Democratic moves towards President Donald Trump's impeachment over 2020 election interference.
"President Trump told a foreign leader to dig up dirt on his political opponent," Walsh wrote in the letter. "This can't be acceptable to any Member of Congress—Republican, Democrat, or Independent."
Donations to fundraising pages are being split between state Republican parties and the official Trump 2020 re-election campaign.
State GOP officials have previously defended the decision by citing the over-one million dollar cost of holding a primary despite the near-certain prospect of Trump's renomination.
Florida's Republican Party is rallying around President Donald Trump's 2020 reelection campaign, with the state GOP chairman rejecting calls to cancel a primary he says Trump will win in a "blowout."
"At this point, the president's conduct in office should not surprise us. But truly devastating has been our tolerance of that conduct," Flake wrote in an op-ed.
Trump has no shortage of opponents, but here are some Republicans who have made their opposition known.
The New Mexico Republican Party was forced to rebuke a Christian conservative congressional candidate for making "untrue statements" in advertisements targeting his opponent's stance on abortion.
Donors were told that if they gave money to the cause they would "be a leader in defending the President against these baseless and disgusting attacks."
Fifteen Republicans have already announced that they will not be returning to Congress next year.
The advert by the PAC "New Faces GOP" features Republican activist Elizabeth Heng warning about Rep. Ocasio-Cortez and socialism.
Gregory Cheadle is leaving the GOP to pursue 2020 Congress Campaign as Independent.
The Anti-Defamation League for New York and New Jersey described the video as part of an appeal "to anti-religious bigotry."
An 18 percent surge in environmental concern among young Republicans shows a growing number of GOP voters who say they're worried human behavior is damaging planet Earth.
"We've got a guy in the White House who is completely unfit to be president," Walsh said
The Republican Party, both at the national and state levels, is trying to capitalize on the president's desire for the United States to purchase the island nation owned by Denmark.
Newly Independent Michigan congressman Justin Amash said partisan dysfunction and corruption is "much worse" than Netflix's "House of Cards."
"President Trump has followed through on many of his commitments to the United States, including taking bold actions that benefit the LGBTQ community," the Log Cabin Republicans wrote in an op-ed.
"It's not the same party I identified with in my youth, which was pro-immigration...That party doesn't exist anymore," said Republican immigration lawyer Dario Aguirre.
The Republican Party of Florida are planning to hold two voter registration drives at a gun show in the battleground state this weekend.
"We've lost the traditional values that Republicans have had: free trade, legal immigration and of course fiscal sanity," Nebraska lawmaker John McCollister said.
Former Florida Congressman David Jolly called on Democrats to clear out Republicans from the House and Senate to tackle gun control.
A pair of booth games set up by a local Republican Party featured the faces of several Democratic Party congresswomen and drew accusations of "violence against women" and "childish" behavior.
"I was just so proud that I was able to do that," Rep. Denver Riggleman said officiating the wedding of two former campaign volunteers.
"Without an Electoral College, the Republican Party would be forced to grow or die," Stuart Stevens wrote in an op-ed for USA Today.