trump’s #unsubstantiated accusation that Mr Obama wiretapped his phones and communications last year has given many Republicans pause to think. Whilst Trump is not still the new President he was a few months ago, his style of leadership is something that many are not growing any more used to as the weeks pass.

One prominent Republican, #Representative Tom Cole of Oklahoma, said last week that Trump should apologize to Obama since he had no way to prove his claims.

“Frankly, unless you can produce some pretty #compelling truth, I think President Obama is owed an apology,” Cole spoke to reporters.

“If he didn’t do it, we shouldn’t be reckless in accusations that he did.”

Unease with Trump

Others in the Republican party are uneasy with some of Trump's policies, which is not good for the party – and not good for Trump.

Many are writing about a changing Republican party in a time of great discord. As the party seems to be co-opted by those on the far right, like the main advisor to Trump #Steve Bannon, others say it is a merely time of change that will make the party stronger.