A List of Trump Endorsers

Americans who have endorsed Donald Trump for president.

Updated: October 12, 2016.

I. Endorsed Trump Before May 3, 2016
II. Endorsed Trump After May 3, 2016
Notes


I. Endorsed Trump Before May 3, 2016*

A
Anand Ahuja, attorney, New York
Mark Allen, state senator, Oklahoma
Kirstie Alley, actress
A.D. Amar, business professor, Seton Hall University
Joe Arpaio, sheriff, Maricopa County, Arizona

B
Scott Baio, actor
Stephen Baldwin, actor
Azealia Banks, singer-songwriter, rapper
Lou Barletta, U.S. representative, Pennsylvania (R)
Thomas J. Barrack, Jr., founder, Colony Capital
Zoltan Bathory, guitarist
André Bauer, lieutenant governor, South Carolina (R)
Andrew Beal, founder, Beal Bank
Barry Bennett, campaign manager, Carson 2016
John R. Bennett, state representative, Oklahoma
Don Benton, state senator, Washington State
Dan Bilzerian, professional poker player
Conrad Black, author
Robert Blendu, former state senator, Arizona
Walter Block, libertarian economist
Rocky Boiman, former professional football player
Eric Bolling, TV personality
Donna J. Boley, state senator, West Virginia
Pam Bondi, attorney general, Florida
Joseph Borelli, member, New York City Council
Jack Brandenburg, state senator, Michigan
Juanita Broaddrick, former nursing home administrator, Bill Clinton accuser
Jan Brewer, former governor, Arizona (R)
Scott Brown, former U.S. senator, Massachusetts (R)
Pat Buchanan, columnist
Clay Buchholz, professional baseball pitcher
Troy Bullock, singer-songwriter
Mark Burns, pastor and co-founder, The NOW Network
Charles Busby, state representative, Mississippi
Gary Busey, actor
Mary Hawkins Butler, mayor, Madison, Mississippi

C
Herman Cain, presidential candidate, 2012
Jim Campbell, chairman, Republican Town Committee, Greenwish, Connecticut
Katrina Campins, former Apprentice contestant
Ray Canterbury, state representative, West Virginia
Jim Carns, state representative, Alabama
Ben Carson, M.D., neurosurgeon, author
Olavo de Carvalho, philosopher
Ronald Castorina Jr, former member, Board of Elections, Staten Island, New York
Gary Chism, state representative, Mississippi
Mike Christian, state representative, Oklahoma
Chris Christie, governor, New Jersey (R)
Sam Clovis, Trump 2016 policy advisor
Alan Cobb, Trump 2016 policy advisor
Jenn Coffey, former state representative, New Hampshire
Chris Collins, U.S. representative, New York (R)
Zeb Colter, professional wrestling manager
Bob Corbin, attorney general, Arizona
Bob Corker, U.S. senator, Tennessee (R)
Ann Coulter, pundit
Edward F. Cox, chairman New York Republican State Committee
Thomas J. Coyne Jr., mayor, Brook Park, Ohio
Kevin Cramer, U.S. representative, North Dakota (R)
Jeff Crouere, radio host
Becky Currie, state representative, Mississippi
Adam Curry,former vee-jay, MTV

D
Tom Dadey, chairman, Republican Party of Onondaga County, New York
John Daly, professional golfer
Anthony D’Amelio, state representative, Connecticut
Johnny Damon, retired professional baseball player
Charlie Daniels, singer-songwriter
Robert Davi, actor
Andy Dean, radio host
Scott DesJarlais, U.S. representative, Tennessee (R)
Richard DeNapoli, former chairman, Republican Party of Broward County, Florida
Jeff DeWit, state treasurer, Arizona
Ted DiBiase, former professional wrestler
Geoff Diehl, state representative, Massachusetts
David DiPietro, state representative, New York
Mike Ditka, former football coach
Michael J. Doherty, state senator, New Jersey
Lou Dobbs, TV host
Fred Doucette, state representative, New Hampshire
Matt Drudge, publisher of the Drudge Report
David Duke, former representative, Louisiana, and former KKK leader
John Duncan, U.S. representative, Tennessee (R)
Wayne Dupree, blogger

E
Clint Eastwood, actor
Bernie Ecclestone, CEO, Formula One Group
Greg Edwards, former county executive, Chautauqua County
Bill Elliott, retired NASCAR driver
Chase Elliott, NASCAR driver
Renee Ellmers, U.S. representative, North Carolina (R)
Matt Erickson, president, Minnesotans for Trump
Sue Everhart, chairman, Georgia Republican Party
Charles Evers, former mayor of Fayette, Mississippi

F
Marc Faber, investor
Jerry Falwell Jr., president, Liberty University
Louis Farrakhan, leader, Nation of Islam
John Feehery, Washington lobbyist
Richard Ferdinand, former state senator, New Hampshire
Arnaldo Ferraro, chairman, Republican Party of Kings County, New York
Lou Ferrigno, actor
Joey Fillingane, state representative, Mississippi
Robert Fisher, state representative, New Hampshire
Michael T. Flynn, retired general
Adrienne Foster, director, Kansas Hispanic and Latino American Affairs Commission
Brian France, CEO, NASCAR
John Fredericks, radio host
Margaret Frontera, member, Bergen County Republican Organization

G
Carl Gallups, pastor, Florida
Day Gardner founder, The National Black Pro Life Union
Matt Gaetz, state representative, Florida
Lou Gargiulo, former state representative, New Hampshire
Lawrence Garvey, chairman, Republican Party of Rockland County, New York
Mark “Oz” Geist, Benghazi veteran, co-author of 13 Hours
Jim Gilchrist, leader, the Minuteman Project
Newt Gingrich, former U.S. representative, Georgia, former house speaker (R)
Teresa Giudice, TV personality
Rudy Giuliani, former mayor, New York City
Virgil Goode, former U.S. representative, Virginia (R)
Kent Gray, former member, Board of Trustees for Lincoln Land Community College, Illinois
Joe Gruters, Republican activist, Florida
Stephen L. Gunn, former state representative, Louisiana

H
Jeff Hale, state representative, Mississippi
Harold Hamm, oil and gas magnate
Sean Hannity, TV personality
Gary L. Harrell, retired general
Phil Hart, former state representative, Idaho
Troy Hebert, former state senator, Louisiana
Ed Henry, state representative, Alabama (R)
James Hirsen, columnist
Nghi Ho, member, Texas Asian Republican Caucus
Hulk Hogan, former professional wrestler
Holly Holm, boxer
Mytheos Holt, senior fellow, Institute for Liberty
Lou Holtz, former college football coach
Werner Horn, state representative, New Hampshire
Tim Howard, sheriff, Erie County, New York
Mike Huckabee, former governor, Arkansas (R)
Greg Hughes, state representative, Utah
Jesse Hughes, singer-songwriter
Scottie Nell Hughes, radio commentator
Joe Hune, state senator, Michigan
Duncan D. Hunter, U.S. representative, California (R)
John Huntsman, presidential candidate 2012
Charles Hurt, columnist, Washington Times

I
Carl Icahn, investor
Vincent Ignizio, former member, New York City Council
Richie Incognito, professional football player
Laura Ingraham, radio host

J
Jesse James, TV personality
Vinnie James, musician
Robert Jeffress, pastor, First Baptist Church, Dallas, Texas
Paula Johnson, former state representative, New Hampshire
Alex Jones, radio host
Burt Jones, state senator, Georgia
Brent A. Jones, state representative, Nevada
Paula Jones, former Arkansas state employee, Bill Clinton accuser

K
Bob Kasten, former U.S. senator, Wisconsin (R)
Rabia Kazan, journalist
Keith Kellogg, retired general
Max Keiser, host, Keiser Report on Russia Today Channel
Scott Kiedrowski, chairman, Republican Party of Niagara County, New York
Todd Kincannon, radio host
Dmitri K. Kiselyov, chief, Russia Today Channel
Robert Kiyosaki, author
Lori Klein, former state senator, Arizona
Bobby Knight, former basketball coach
David Knight, radio host
Jake Knotts, former state senator, South Carolina
Kris Kobach, secretary of state, Kansas
Charles R. Kubic, retired admiral
Charles Kushner, real estate developer
Jared Kushner, owner, The New York Observer

L
Katie Lagomarsino, delegate coordinator, Trump 2016
Kenneth A. Lanci, businessman
Nicholas A. Langworthy, chairman, Republican Party of Erie County, New York
Lars Larson, radio host
John J. LaValle, chairman, Republican Party of Suffolk County, New York
Jerry Lawler, professional wrestler
Charlotte Laws, TV host
Paul LePage, governor, Maine (R)
Tom Leppert, former mayor of Dallas, Texas
Bruce LeVell, former chairman, Republican Party of Gwinnett County, Georgia
Corey Lewandowski, campaign manager, Trump 2016
Jerry Lewis, comedian
Matt Light, retired professional football player
Amy Lindsay, actress
James F. Linzey, ordained minister, Southern Baptist Convention
Bob Livingston, former U.S. representative, Louisiana (R)
Jeffrey Lord, political aide, Reagan administration
Loretta Lynn, singer-songwriter
Llessa Lyon, research analyst

M
Betsy McCaughey, health policy analyst
Kayleigh McEnany, political commentator, CNN
Gavin McInnes, co-founder, Vice Media
Henry McMaster, lieutenant governor, South Carolina
Jimmy McMillan, leader, Rent Is Too Damn High Party
Nancy Mace, businesswoman
Paul Manafort, Washington lobbyist
Ed Mangano, county executive, Nassau County, New York
Nick Mangold, professional football player
Omarosa Manigault, TV personality
James David Manning, chief pastor, ATLAH World Missionary Church
Tom Marino, U.S. representative, Pennsylvania (R)
Joanna Martin (“Publius Huldah”), blogger
Mark Martin, retired NASCAR driver
Julio Martinez, former mayor, Hialeah, Florida
John K. Mashburn, policy director, Trump 2016
Mark R. Maynard, state senator, West Virginia
James H. Merrill, state representative, South Carolina
Shawne Merriman, retired professional football player
Jeff Miller, U.S. Representative, Florida (R)
Stephan Miller, former adviser to U.S. senator Jeff Sessions, Alabama (R)
Bert Mizusawa, retired general
Van Mobley, village president, Thiensville, Wisconsin
Joseph Mondello, chairman, Republican Party of Nassau County, New York
Alex Mooney, U.S. representative, West Virginia (R)
Justin Moore, singer-songwriter
Alex Monsour, state representative, Mississippi
Hal Moroz, county judge, Georgia
Stephen Moore, economics pundit
Peter Munson Hogan, actor
Mike Murdock, televangelist
Rupert Murdoch, press mogul

N
Kevin Nash, actor-wrestler
Peter Navarro, economics professor, University of California, Irvine
Joshua Nelson, state representative, West Virginia
Kelleigh Nelson, blogger
Ryan Newman, NASCAR driver
Wayne Newton, entertainer
Bill Nojay, state representative, New York
John Nolte, Breitbart author
Ted Nugent, singer-songwriter

O
Robert C. Oaks, retired general
Paul O’Neill, retired professional baseball player
Bill O’Reilly, TV personality
Tito Ortiz, former UFC light-heavyweight champion
Doug Ose, former U.S. representative, California (R)
Terrell Owens, retired professional football player

P
Billy Packer, former college basketball player
Carter Page, founder, Global Energy Capital
Carl Paladino, real estate mogul
Sarah Palin, former governor, Alaska (R)
George Papadopoulos, director, London Center of International Law Practice
Randy Patterson, state representative, Mississippi
Trisha Paytas, YouTube personality
Daniel S. Peña, Sr., businessman
Joe Pennacchio, state senator, New Jersey
Walid Phares, professor, National Defense University
John Phillips, radio host
Katrina Pierson, Trump 2016 spokeswoman
Jeanine Pirro, judge, TV host
Joe Pitre, state representative, New Hampshire
Kendal Prewett, owner, B&P Enterprises Inc.

R
David Ragan, NASCAR driver
Tom Reed, U.S. representative, New York (R)
Bill Reilich, supervisor, Town of Greece
Jon Reynolds, president, Charter Financial Services
David Riden, delegate, Trump 2016
Kid Rock, musician
Dennis Rodman, retired professional basketball player
Kenny Rogers, singer-songwriter
Margaret Rogers, state representative, Mississippi
Willie Robertson, CEO, Duck Commander
John Rocker, retired professional baseball player
Wayne Allyn Root, radio host
Phil Ruffin, businessman
John Russell, former state senator, South Carolina
Rex Ryan, football coach

S
Sarah Huckabee Sanders, senior campaign adviser, Trump 2016
Michael Savage, radio host
Dan Scavino, former executive vice president, The Trump Organization
Joe Scarborough, TV personality
Michael Scheuer, blogger, author
Joseph E. Schmitz, former inspector general, Department of Defense
Phyllis Schlafly, activist
Darrell Scott, pastor
Rick Scott, governor, Florida (R)
Kathryn Serkes, publicist
Jeff Sessions, U.S. senator, Alabama (R)
Ralph Shortey, state senator, Oklahoma
Roger L. Simon, novelist
Hossein Shariatmadari, journalist
Remy Sheppard, blogger
Bill Shuster, U.S. representative, Pennsylvania (R)
Jesse Singh, founder, American Sikhs for Trump
Randy Smith, state representative, West Virginia
Chael Sonnen, retired UFC fighter
Latrell Sprewell, retired professional basketball player
Carol Springer, treasurer, Arizona
Vic Sprouse, former state senator, West Virginia
Sylvester Stallone, actor
Gary Staples, state representative, Mississippi
Stephen Stepanek state representative, New Hampshire
Dennis Stephens, government relations professional, K&L Gates
Corey Stewart, supervisor, Prince William County, Virginia
David Stockman, former Director, U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB)
Ann Stone, pro-abortion activist
Roger Stone, Washington lobbyist
Rodney Strange, chairman, Republican Party of Chemung County, New York
Keith Summey, mayor, North Charleston, South Carolina

T
Orly Taitz, dentist
Andrea Tantaros, TV personality
Dan Tamburello, state representative, New Hampshire
Sajid Tarar, founder, Muslims for Trump
Miesha Tate, UFC women’s bantamweight champion
Tila Tequila, TV personality
Paul Teutul, Sr. Co. founder, Orange County Choppers
Luke Thorburn, financial adviser, Goldman Sachs
John “TIG” Tiegen, Benghazi veteran, co-author of 13 Hours
Joseph A. Trillo, state representative, Rhode Island
Ralph Torres, governor, Northern Mariana Islands (U.S. territory)
Donald Trump Jr., businessman
Eric Trump, businessman
Ivanka Trump, businesswoman
Ivana Trump, socialite
Melania Trump, former fashion model
Mike Turner, former state representative, Oklahoma
Mike Tyson, former boxer

V
Paul E. Vallely, retired general
Daryush Valizadeh, columnist
Jean-Claude Van Damme, actor
Mike Vereb, state representative, Pennsylvania
Thayer Verschoor, former state senator, Arizona
Jon Voight, actor
Kevin Von Erich, former professional wrestler

W
Herschel Walker, retired professional football player
Nicolle Wallace, unknown
Joe Walsh, radio host
Ron Walters, state representative, West Virginia
Chris Weidman, former UFC middleweight champion
Diana West, columnist
Brad White, state representative, West Virginia
Dana White, president, Ultimate Fighting Championship
Joshua Whitehouse, state representative, New Hampshire
Kendra Wilkinson, TV personality
Michael Williams, state senator, Georgia
Steve Wynn, CEO, Wynn Resorts Limited

Y
Wirt Yerger III, businessman
Milo Yiannopoulos, commentator
Melissa Young, Miss Wisconsin 2005

Z
Brad Zaun, state senator, Iowa

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II. Endorsed Trump After May 3, 2016*

A
Bruce Abramson, senior fellow, the London Center for Policy Research
Sheldon Adelson, gaming magnate
Charles Akemann, professor, University of California, Santa Barbara
Jeffrey H. Anderson, health policy expert
Sean K. Anderson, professor, Idaho State University
Hadley Arkes, professor of jurisprudence, Amherst College
Larry P. Arnn, president, Hillsdale College
Kelly Ayotte, U.S. senator, New Hampshire (R)

B
Dan Backer, treasurer, Great America PAC
Stephen H. Balch, professor, Texas Tech University
Mark Bauerlein, professor, Emory University
Andy Beal, investor
Darren J. Beattie, professor, Duke University
Roger Beckett, professor, Ashland University
Bill Bennett, former Secretary of Education, Reagan Administration
Jay Bergman, professor, Central CT State University
Dennis Binder, professor, Chapman University
Conrad Black, historian
Ken Blackwell, former secretary of state, Ohio (R)
Ruthie Blum, author
Roy Blunt, U.S. senator, Missouri (R)
John Boehner, former U.S. representative, Ohio, former house speaker (R)
Tom Bolvin, former state representative, Virginia (R)
Andrew Bostom, professor, Brown University
Shmuley Boteach, rabbi
James Bowman, analyst, Ethics and Public Policy Center
David Bradshaw, professor, University of Kentucky
Thomas E. Brennan, former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Michigan
Elliott Broidy, former finance chair, Republican National Committee
Adrien Broner, professional boxer
F.H. Buckley, professor, George Mason University
Michael C. Burgess, MD, U.S. representative, Texas (R)
Richard Burr, U.S. senator, North Carolina (R)
Chris Buskirk, writer

C

Nicholas Capaldi, professor, Loyola University New Orleans
James Capua, writer
Timothy W. Caspar, professor, Hillsdale College
Alex Castellanos, Washington lobbyist
Steve Chabot, U.S. representative, Ohio (R)
Jason Chaffetz, U.S. representative, Utah (R)
Dick Cheney, former vice president of the United States (R)
Lionel Chetwynd, movie producer, director
Lynn Chu, Writers’ Representatives, LLC
Adriana Cohen, pundit
Michael Conaway, U.S. representative, Texas (R)
KellyAnne Conway, pollster
Stephen D. Cooper, professor, Marshall University
John Cornyn, U.S. senator, Texas
James S. Corum, author
Tom Cotton, U.S. senator, Arkansas
Monica Crowley, editor, Washington Times
Mickey Craig, professor, Hillsdale College
Ted Cruz, U.S. senator, Texas
A.B. Culvahouse Jr., attorney
Glynn Custred, professor emeritus, CSU-Haywood

D
Majorie Dannenfelser, president, Susan B. Anthony List
Donn Dears, author
David Deming, professor, University of Oklahoma
Marshall DeRosa, professor, Florida Atlantic University
Michael Doran, analyst, Hudson Institute
Paul Driessen, author
Dinesh D’Souza, author

E
John C. Eastman, professor, Chapman University Fowler School of Law
Edward Erler, professor, CSU San Bernardino

F
Mary Fallin, governor, Oklahoma (R)
Deb Fischer, U.S. senator, Nebraska (R)
Clarice Feldman, lawyer and writer
Peter J. Ferrara, analyst, Heartland Institute
Ari Fleischer, former White House press spokesman, Bush administration
Burton W. Folsom, Jr., historian
John D. Fonte, Ph.D., author
William A. Frank, professor, University of Dallas
Neal B. Freeman, writer, producer
Foster Friess, philanthropist
Bruce Frohnen, professor, Ohio Northern University

G
Pamela Geller, columnist
George Gilder, author
Ed Gillespie, 2017 candidate for governor, Virginia (R)
Jim Gilmore, former governor, Virginia (R)
Callista Gingrich, author
Tom Giovanetti, writer
Esther Goldberg, writer, The American Spectator
David P. Goldman, author
Trey Gowdy, U.S. representative, South Carolina (R)
Mary Grabar, author
Lino Gragila, professor, University of Texas — Austin
Darren Guerra, professor, Biola University

H
Leon Hadar, author
Nikki Haley, governor, South Carolina (R)
Susan Hanssen, professor, University of Dallas
Victor Davis Hanson, senior fellow, Hoover Institution
Susan Hanssen, associate professor of History, University of Dallas
Orrin Hatch, U.S. senator, Utah (R)
Bruce Heiden, professor, Ohio State University
Anne Hendershott, professor, Franciscan University of Steubenville
Phillip Henderson, Catholic University of America
Jeb Hensarling, U.S. representative, Texas (R)
Arthur Herman, Ph.D., author
Hugh Hewitt, radio personality
Carl Higbie, pundit
Heather Higgins, president, Independent Women’s Forum
James M. Holland, professor, University of Akron
David Horowitz, columnist, Breitbart.com
Deal Hudson, author

I
Carol Iannone, writer
Darrell Issa, U.S. representative, California (R)

J
Christina Jeffrey, author
Douglas Jeffrey, editor, Imprimis
Marjorie Jeffrey, writer
Robert C. Jeffrey, writer
Bobby Jindal, governor, Louisiana (R)
Charles C. Johnson, author
Ron Johnson, U.S. senator, Wisconsin (R)
William Johnson, leader, American Freedom Party
Jim Jordan, U.S. representative, Ohio (R)

K
Brian T. Kennedy, writer, The American Strategy Group
Jack Kerwick, professor, Rowan College
Charles Kesler, professor, Claremont McKenna College
Roger Kimball, author
Robert D. King, professor, University of Texas—Austin
Peter King, U.S. representative, New York (R)
Mark Kirk, U.S. senator, Illinois (R)
Diana Klebanow, author
Michael Kochin, professor, Tel Aviv University
Robert C. Koons, professor, University of Texas—Austin
E. Christian Kopff, professor, University of Colorado Boulder
Mark Krikorian, columnist, National Review
Lawrence Kudlow, economics pundit

L
Raul Labrador, U.S. representative, Idaho (R)
Richard Land, president, Southern Evangelical Seminary, Charlotte, North Carolina
David Lane, leader, American Renewal
Michael Ledeen, author
Seth Leibsohn, radio host
Mark Levin, radio host
Thomas Lifson, writer, American Thinker
Margaret Lindsay, writer
Rush Limbaugh, radio host
Thomas Lindsay, author
Michael A. Livingston, professor, Rutgers University
Herb London, author
Robert Oscar Lopez, professor, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
John R. Lott, Jr., economist
Trent Lott, former U.S. senator, Mississippi, former senate majority leader (R)

M
John McCain, U.S. senator, Arizona (R)
Andrew C. McCarthy, columnist, National Review
Daniel McCarthy, writer
Kevin McCarthy, U.S. representative, California, house majority leader (R)
Thomas C. McCollum, III, novelist
Mitch McConnell, U.S. senator, Kentucky (R)
B. D. McCullough, professor, Drexel University
Robert Maginnis, author
Doug Mainwaring, author
Ted Roosevelt Malloch, professor, Oxford University
Michelle Malkin, pundit
Rick Manning, president, Americans for Limited Government
Ken Masugi, professor, Johns Hopkins University
Roger Meiners, professor, University of Texas—Arlington
Allen Mendenhall, professor, Faulkner University
Steven C. Michael, professor, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Samuel J. Mikolaski, writer
Candice Miller, U.S. representative, Michigan (R)
Jeff Miller, U.S. representative, Florida (R)
Lisa Miller, activist
Tiffany Jones Miller, professor, University of Dallas
Brian Patrick Mitchell, writer, Academy of Philosophy and Letters
Steven Mnuchin, banker
Laurie Morrow, author
Steve Mosher, analyst, Population Research Institute
William Murchison, author
Deroy Murdock, columnist

N
Penny Nance, president, Concerned Women for America
George Neumayr, author
Frank Nicely, state senator, Tennessee
Marita Noon, author

O
Michael J. O’Shea, writer

P
David Palm, professor, Azusa Pacific University
Rand Paul, U.S. senator, Kentucky (R)
James Piereson, author
Svetozar Pejovich, professor emeritus, Texas A & M
Ronald J. Pestritto, professor, Hillsdale College
Mike Pence, governor, Indiana (R)
Fran Fawcett Peterson, writer, American Thinker
David Perdue, U.S. senator, Georgia (R)
Rick Perry, former governor, Texas (R)
Richard Petty, NASCAR driver
Jim Pinkerton, columnist, Breitbart.com
Robert Pittenger, U.S. representative, North Carolina (R)
Julie Ponzi, writer, American Greatness
Stephen B. Presser, professor, Northwestern University
Frank Price, screenwriter, producer
Tom Price, U.S. representative, Georgia (R)
Dennis Prager, radio personality
Reince Priebus, chairman, Republican National Committee
Mark Pulliam, writer

Q
Dan Quayle, former vice president of the United States (R)

R
George Rasley, writer, ConservativeHQ.com
Eric Rasmusen, professor, University of Indiana
Christine P. Ries, professor, Georgia Institute of Technology
Alfred Regnery, author
R.R. Reno, author
Pete Ricketts, governor, Nebraska (R)
Sandy Rios, American Family Association
Phil Robertson, patriarch, Duck Commander
D.N. Robinson, professor, Oxford University
Cathy McMorris Rogers, U.S. representative, Washington (R)
Ed Rollins, national co-chair, Great America PAC
Erik S. Root, professor, Roger Bacon Academy
Milton Rosenberg, professor emeritus, University of Chicago
Constance Rossum, professor, University of La Verne
Ralph A. Rossum, professor, Claremont McKenna College
Ronald Rotunda, professor, Chapman University
Paul Rubin, professor, Emory University
Marco Rubio, U.S. senator, Florida (R)
Donald Rumsfeld, former U.S. secretary of defense
Austin Ruse, president, Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute (C-FAM)
Paul Ryan, U.S. representative, Ohio, and house speaker (R)
Ronald J. Rychlak, professor, University of Mississippi

S
Brian Sandoval, governor, Nevada (R)
Rick Santorum, former U.S. senator, Pennsylvania (R)
Steve Scalise, U.S. representative, Louisiana, house majority whip (R)
Anthony Scaramucci, co-managing partner, SkyBridge Capital
D. Brian Scarnecchia, professor, Ave Maria University
Lisa Schiffren, former White House speechwriter
Matt Schlapp, chairman, American Conservative Union
Kurt Schlichter, columnist
Larry Schweikart, retired professor, University of Dayton
Harold See, professor, Belmont University
Pete Sessions, U.S. representative, Texas (R)
Martin Shkreli, former chief executive, Turing Pharmaceuticals
Roger L. Simon, author, screenwriter
S. Fred Singer, professor emeritus, University of Virginia
Lamar Smith, U.S. representative, Texas (R)
Scott Soames, professor, University of Southern California
Ben Stein, writer
Dan Sullivan, U.S. senator, Alaska
Don Surber, author
Carol Swain, professor, Vanderbilt University

T
Tom Tellefsen, investor
Ross Terrill, author
Dennis Teti, writer
Peter Thiel, investor
Virginia Thomas, activist
Pat Toomey, U.S. senator, Pennsylvania (R)
James Trefil, professor, George Mason University
Michael P. Tremoglie, writer
Tina Trent, author
R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr., author

W
Greg Walden, U.S. representative, Oregon (R)
Scott Walker, governor, Wisconsin (R)
Jeffrey Wallin, author
Ray Washburne, former finance chair, Republican National Committee
Bradley C.S. Watson, professor, Saint Vincent College
Brandon J. Weichert, writer
Ron Weiser, former finance chair, Republican National Committee
Robert Weissberg, professor emeritus, University of Illinois emeritus
Allen B. West, pundit
Thomas G. West, professor, Hillsdale College
J. Eric Wise, writer
Victor Williams, writer

Y
Jebb Young, activist
S. Stanley Young, professor, North Carolina State University

Z
Michael Zak, historian
Scot J. Zentner, professor, CSU San Bernardino

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NOTES

* May 3, 2016, is the date on which Trump’s last serious opponent dropped out of the race, clearing the way for Trump to secure the Republican nomination for president of the United States.

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Updated: October 12, 2016.

Published: May 2, 2016.

Author: Dean Clancy.

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