The GOP is furious with President Donald Trump for breaking his promise to build a border wall and deport 11 million immigrants in the U.S. by the end of his term, and the party has launched a new website aimed at rallying support.
The site, called ImGoingDown, launched Monday and will highlight a series of promises made by Trump in the campaign, including the removal of 11 million illegal immigrants.
The new website, called iDixonDaily, is designed to provide an alternative to Trump’s “dramatic and reckless” statements, according to a news release.
“President Trump and the Republicans are on the wrong side of history,” said Rep. Mark Meadows, chairman of the House Freedom Caucus, which is pushing for a border tax to pay for the wall.
“This president’s policies will lead to more violence, more crime and more deaths at the border.”
The website features a variety of conservative voices, including:Mark Meadows, Chairman of the Freedom Caucus (R-NC) in the House.
(AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)The website includes a list of supporters and has been updated multiple times since it was launched.
The homepage includes a photo of Meadows standing with Trump on a campaign plane in July 2016, which was later removed.
Trump and his allies on the right are quick to point out that the border wall is a nonstarter for conservatives and has only helped Democrats by allowing them to claim that Trump’s border wall was a Democratic scheme to punish Republicans.
But the president’s own border wall proposals have only been widely endorsed by conservatives, with more than half of Republicans saying that they were “hopeful” about a border fence being built.
In July, for example, Trump told ABC News that he would “absolutely” build a wall along the U