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On this day, Feb 28, 1854, the United States Republican Party is founded by anti-slavery expansion activists (ex-Whigs, ex-Free Soilers, and modernizers). It is commonly called GOP, standing for Grand Old Party. Abraham Lincoln was the country's first Republican President, whose term was 1861-1865.

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With roughly six months remaining before Election Day, the Republican Party's popularity has reached its lowest point in nearly a quarter-century.

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Republican Party gears up to fight Obama court nominee

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Looking Back on Donald J. Trump’s Campaign

Since Donald J. Trump announced his candidacy in June 2015, he has tried to rally the Republican Party behind him.

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The Republican Party is now America’s largest hate group

The Republican Party is now America's largest hate group. Leading Republicans have engaged in extraordinarily racist and xenophobic rhetoric that incites and legitimates vigilante violence.