The Conservative Revolution is Over: How Donald Trump and the Republicans Destroyed the Republican Party

The American conservative movement has been on a roller coaster ride of a couple of decades, and now it’s all over, as the GOP lost control of Congress, the Senate and both houses of the presidency.

The party also suffered a devastating loss in the 2020 election, and a series of setbacks on the national stage over the last couple of years.

But that all started in 2016, when Donald Trump came to the GOP nomination as the nominee of the party, and the Republican party began to unravel, like a broken clock.

In the years since then, the GOP has struggled to govern, but Trump has been able to get Republicans to vote for him, and he has managed to unite the party and gain a number of Republican-held state legislative seats.

Trump also won the 2016 election in part by promising a “total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States,” and he’s repeatedly threatened to shut down the government if Democrats do not concede defeat in the midterm elections.

While the party lost control in Congress, and it lost control nationally, it also got some key legislative victories.

Trump has now successfully dismantled the Republican Congress, which has largely blocked his agenda, and also passed laws that allow states to opt out of Obamacare and to defund Planned Parenthood.

This is where things get really interesting.

The American conservatives are no longer in control of the GOP.

And it’s not because of Trump, either.

The Republican Party has been in power for over two decades, in part because of conservative voters.

Over that time, conservatives have voted for Republicans for both President and Vice President.

The GOP has lost control on the Supreme Court, in both the House and Senate, in the House of Representatives, and in the Senate.

It has lost seats in the U.S. House of Representative, Senate, House and state legislative chambers.

In 2020, it lost its Senate majority and its House majority, while losing governorships in both states.

The Democrats have also lost control, but not because the party has lost the White House.

The Democratic Party still has a majority in the White, White House, White house-governor races.

So, there are still two Republicans in the majority, and Trump still holds the White house.

Trump is also still president, and that’s important.

In 2017, the Republicans controlled both houses and the Senate, and they passed legislation that allowed for Trump to veto any bill that he thought it would hurt the Republican brand.

So now, the Republican House is controlled by Republicans and the GOP controls the Whitehouse, and Republicans control the U