The Republican Party (Also known as the The American Party, the People's Party or The Republicans) is the name of a political party that is based in the United States of America. The Republican Party is the 2nd most popular party in the United States and is the most prominent party in the Southern and Central states.
The Republican Party under President Trump managed to repeal Obamacare as well as privatize Social Security and Medicare. Throughout 2017 and most of 2018, the Republican Party was unified, a golden age of Conservatism was near.
Despite this. Robert Mueller's Investigation (now known as The Great Hoax), the War on Drugs, and other causes, led to many dissidents forming an alliance which served as a counter to Trump.
Trump supporters took control of the Republican Party and rebuilt it as a fiercly Nationalist Party that protectet Trump's values and supported a Nationalist Ideology and the formation of a Right-Wing Alliance throughout the world.
Ben Shapiro became the Party's most prominent figure. In 2032 and 2036, Shapiro ran for President, losing in both.
In 2044, The Republican Party and Conservatives formed a congressional alliance, the alliance was never fully supported as Conservatives believed the Party would undermine the efforts of the Democrats and Conservatives to protect American interests.
In 2052, the party nominated Kaity Thompson to be its Presidential candidate. Thompson lost to Conservative nominee Harry Reeves. Thompson would win in 2056 however, serving a four year term before losing to Michael Korris.