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To say Donald Trump has had a bad weekend would be an understatement. Trump, who normally makes the area between him and a television camera a dangerous place to be, was a Greta Garbo-like recluse yesterday, only stepping outside of Trump Tower for a moment to flash a thumbs up outside at the waiting media before disappearing back into his safe space.

There were a host of Republicans — current officeholders, former officeholders and others who either called on Donald Trump to step down and/or rescinded an endorsement. And the list is pretty big.

The list will no doubt continue to grow as these kinds of things usually snowball into something big.

Republicans who never endorsed or supported Trump, but called on him to step down:

Rep. Barbara Comstock (VA)
Rep. Charlie Dent (PA)
Sen. Jeff Flake (AZ)
Rep. Will Hurd (TX)
Gov. John Kasich (OH)
Rep. John Katko (NY)
Rep. Steve Knight (CA)
Sen. Mike Lee (UT)
Rep. Mia Love (UT)
Gov. Susana Martinez (NM)
Sen. Lisa Murkowski (AK)
Gov. Brian Sandoval (NV)
Rep. Fred Upton (MI)

Republicans who rescinded their endorsements of Donald Trump following the release of the video:

Sen. Kelly Ayotte (NH)
Gov. Robert Bentley (AL)
Rep. Bradley Byrne (AL)
Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (WV)
Rep. Jason Chaffetz (UT)
Sen. Mike Crapo (ID)
Gov. Dennis Dauggard (SD)
Rep. Rodney Davis (IL)
Sen. Deb Fischer (NE)
Rep. Jeff Fortenberry (NE)
Sen. Cory Gardner (CO)
Rep. Scott Garrett (NJ)
Gov. Gary Herbert (UT)
Rep. Cresent Hardy (NV)
Rep. Joe Heck (NV)
Rep. Frank LoBiondo (NJ)
Sen. John McCain (AZ)
Rep. Erik Paulsen (MN)
Sen. Rob Portman (OH)
Rep. Tom Rooney (FL)
Rep. Martha Roby (AL)
Rep. Chris Stewart (UT)
Sen. Dan Sullivan (AK)
Sen. John Thune (SD)
Rep. Ann Wagner (MO)

Republicans on record as opposing Trump who issued statements condemning what he said or saying he should step down:

Rep. Justin Amash (MI)
Gov. Baker (MA)
Rep. Coffman (CO)
Sen. Susan Collins (ME)
Rep. Carlos Curbelo (FL)
Rep. Robert Dold (IL)
Sen. Lindsey Graham (SC)
Rep. Richard Hanna (NY)
Sen. Dean Heller (NV)
Gov. Larry Hogan (MD)
Rep. David Jolly (FL)
Rep. Adam Kinzinger (IL)
Sen. Mark Kirk (IL)
Rep. Reid Ribble (WI)
Rep. Scott Rigell (VA)
Rep. Ileanna Ros-Lehtinen (FL)
Rep. Mark Sanford (SC)
Sen. Ben Sasse (NE)

Former 2016 Presidential and VP Candidate Carly Fiorina
Radio Host and Pundit Hugh Hewitt
Former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman
Former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty
Former Governor of New York George Pataki
Prominent non-elected Republicans who have either withdrawn endorsements or called for him to be replaced:
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice
Former Governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger

Also worth noting, former Governor and RNC Chair Michael Steele declared that Trump’s campaign “cannot be salvaged.”

Likewise worth mentioning is National Chair of the College Republicans Alex Smith.

Food, candy, or other consumables:
Perhaps the most devastating of all, Tic-Tacs.

Expect hear more today as it all leads up to the town hall style debate that takes place between Trump and Hillary Clinton.