Republicans is a word used to collectively refer to the members of the Republican Party, one of the two major political outfits in the United States. The Republicans have always locked horns with the Democrats during every presidential election and just like the Democratic Party, the Republicans too have millions of supporters across the United States. It has been observed that the Republicans have constantly tried to promote capitalism and strived for improvement in trade. The legendary Abraham Lincoln was the first Republican candidate to be elected to the President’s office. The current president of the United States, Donald Trump, is also a member of the president of the Republican Party. Richard Nixon, Dwight D Eisenhower and Ronald Reagan are a few other famous republican leaders.
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27 April 1822, American
18th U.S. President
Theodore RooseveltTheodore Roosevelt
27 October 1858, American
26th U.S. President

George W. BushGeorge W. Bush
06 July 1946, American
43rd U.S. President

Richard NixonRichard Nixon
09 January 1913, American
37th President of the United States

Mike PenceMike Pence
07 June 1959, American
Vice President of the United States

Dwight D. EisenhowerDwight D. Eisenhower
14 October 1890, American
34th U.S. President
Gerald FordGerald Ford
14 July 1913, American
President of the USA

Dick CheneyDick Cheney
30 January 1941, American
Former Vice President of the United State

Ice-TIce-T
16 February 1958, American
Rapper, Actor
Rob SchneiderRob Schneider
31 October 1963, American
Actor, Comedian, Director, Screenwriter

Ben CarsonBen Carson
18 September 1951, American
Politician, Former Neurosurgeon
Michael BloombergMichael Bloomberg
14 February 1942, American
Mayor of New York City

Calvin CoolidgeCalvin Coolidge
04 July 1872, American
President of the U.S.A

William McKinleyWilliam McKinley
29 January 1843, American
President of the U.S.A

Sarah PalinSarah Palin
11 February 1964, American
Former Governor of Alaska

Buzz AldrinBuzz Aldrin
20 January 1930, American
American engineer
William Howard TaftWilliam Howard Taft
15 September 1857, American
President of the U.S.A

CiceroCicero
03 January 0106, Italian, Ancient Roman
Philosopher, Political Theorist

Benjamin HarrisonBenjamin Harrison
20 August 1833, American
23rd President of the United States

Rudy GiulianiRudy Giuliani
28 May 1944, American
Former Mayor of New York City, U.S. Attorney for
Aaron BurrAaron Burr
06 February 1756, American
3rd Vice President of United States

Nikki HaleyNikki Haley
20 January 1972, American
Governor of South Carolina
Bing CrosbyBing Crosby
03 May 1903, American
American singer

Ann CoulterAnn Coulter
08 December 1961, American
 

Rush LimbaughRush Limbaugh
12 January 1951, American
Radio Host, Political Commentator, Author, Former
Jane RussellJane Russell
21 June 1921, American
Actress

Nelson RockefellerNelson Rockefeller
08 July 1908, American
41st Vice President of the U.S.A
Ron PaulRon Paul
20 August 1935, American
 

Spiro AgnewSpiro Agnew
09 November 1918, American
39th Vice President of the United States

Ginger RogersGinger Rogers
16 July 1911, American
American actress
Rutherford B. HayesRutherford B. Hayes
04 October 1822, American
President of the U.S.A

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Trace AdkinsTrace Adkins
13 January 1962, American
Singer, Actor
Nancy ReaganNancy Reagan
06 July 1921, American
Former First Lady of the United States

Chester A. ArthurChester A. Arthur
05 October 1829, American
21st President of the USA

Dan QuayleDan Quayle
04 February 1947, American
Former Vice President of the United States

Laura BushLaura Bush
04 November 1946, American
Former First Lady of the United States
Bob DoleBob Dole
22 July 1923, American
Politician, Lawyer
Jeb BushJeb Bush
11 February 1953, American
Former Governor of Florida

Chris ChristieChris Christie
06 September 1962, American
Governor of New Jersey

Marco RubioMarco Rubio
28 May 1971, American
U.S. Senator from Florida

Robert MosesRobert Moses
18 December 1888, American
Public Official
John FordJohn Ford
01 February 1894, American
Film Director & Producer

Pat RobertsonPat Robertson
22 March 1930, American
Evangelist, Media Mogul

Paul RobesonPaul Robeson
09 April 1898, American
Singer, Actor & Civil Rights Activist

Rick scottRick Scott
01 December 1952, American
45th Governor of Florida

Alice Roosevelt LongworthAlice Roosevelt Longworth
12 February 1884, American
Writer
Oliver NorthOliver North
07 October 1943, American
Political Commentator and Television Host

Jimmy WalesJimmy Wales
07 August 1966, American
Co-founder of Wikipedia
Fred ThompsonFred Thompson
19 August 1942, American
Former United States Senator

Rick Santorum Rick Santorum
10 May 1958, American
American Politician, Attorney

Eldridge CleaverEldridge Cleaver
31 August 1935, American
 
Frank CapraFrank Capra
18 May 1897, Italian, American
Film Director

Karl RoveKarl Rove
25 December 1950, American
Political Consultant
Bobby JindalBobby Jindal
10 June 1971, American
Governor of Louisiana

Carly FiorinaCarly Fiorina
06 September 1954, American
Former CEO of Hewlett-Packard

Hannibal HamlinHannibal Hamlin
27 August 1809, American
15th Vice President of the U.S.A

Joshua ChamberlainJoshua Chamberlain
08 September 1828, American
Educator & War Hero

Jeanne CrainJeanne Crain
25 May 1925, American
Actress
Charles SumnerCharles Sumner
06 January 1811, American
Politician

John Foster DullesJohn Foster Dulles
25 February 1888, American
Former United States Secretary of State

Hosea WilliamsHosea Williams
05 January 1926, American
Civil Rights Leader

Horace MannHorace Mann
04 May 1796, American
Educator & Politician
John LindsayJohn Lindsay
24 November 1921, American
Politician, Former Mayor of New York City

Alan KeyesAlan Keyes
07 August 1950, American
Activist
William RutoWilliam Ruto
21 December 1966, Kenyan
Deputy President of Kenya

Salmon P ChaseSalmon P. Chase
13 January 1808, American
Sixth Chief Justice of the United States

Charles CurtisCharles Curtis
25 January 1860, American
Former Vice President of the United States
Fiorello H. La GuardiaFiorello H. La Guardia
11 December 1882, American
99th Mayor of New York City

Tom RidgeTom Ridge
26 August 1945, American
Former Governor of Pennsylvania, Former Member of
John DeanJohn Dean
14 October 1938, American
Author

James DobsonJames Dobson
21 April 1936, American
Writer

Karl BarthKarl Barth
10 May 1886, Swiss
Theologian
Henry WilsonHenry Wilson
16 February 1812, American
18th Vice President of the U.S.A

Henry Cabot LodgeHenry Cabot Lodge
12 May 1850, American
Former American Senator
Billy SundayBilly Sunday
19 November 1862, American
 

Charles G. DawesCharles G. Dawes
27 August 1865, American
Vice President of the United States

Al D'AmatoAl D'Amato
01 August 1937, American
Former United States Senator

Pablo CasalsPablo Casals
29 December 1876, Spanish
Musician
Everett McKinley DirksenEverett Dirksen
04 January 1896, American
Former U.S. Senator
Garret HobartGarret Hobart
03 June 1844, American
24th Vice President of the U.S.A

Charles W. FairbanksCharles W. Fairbanks
11 May 1852, American
Former American senator

Serzh SargsyanSerzh Sargsyan
30 June 1954, Armenian
President of Armenia

James S. ShermanJames S. Sherman
24 October 1855, American
27th Vice President of the U.S.A
Levi P. MortonLevi P. Morton
16 May 1824, American
22nd Vice President of the U.S.A

Henry LawsonHenry Lawson
17 June 1867, Australian
Writer

Nizar QabbaniNizar Qabbani
21 March 1923, Syrian
Diplomat

Edward EverettEdward Everett
11 April 1794, American
Former American senator

W Clement StoneW. Clement Stone
04 May 1902, American
Businessman & Self Help Book Author
James R. ThompsonJames R. Thompson
08 May 1936, American
Lawyer, Politician

Gideon WellesGideon Welles
01 July 1802, American
 
Alan K. SimpsonAlan K. Simpson
02 September 1931, American
Former United States Senator

George W NorrisGeorge W. Norris
11 July 1861, American
Former US Senator
Simon BolivarSimon Bolivar
24 July 1783, Venezuelan
Revolutionary & Military Leader
Robert M. La Follette, Sr.Robert M. La Follette, Sr.
14 June 1855, American
Leader