A Republican lawmaker in Congress became the first to break with the party and support Democrat Hillary Clinton for the White House on Tuesday amid signs of growing Republican unease with volatile presidential nominee Donald Trump. Calling Trump "profoundly offensive and narcissistic, " Hanna said he will vote for the Democratic nominee even though he disagreed with her on many issues.
Once he made that deal, and believe me he has buyer's remorse. "And I know last time, there were - you had precincts where there was practically nobody voting for the Republican".
He went on to attack a fire marshal, who for safety reasons capped the number of people allowed into Trump's Columbus, Ohio, rally at 1,000.
"I've been hearing about it for a long time", Trump said. But one lawmaker has decided to make a break for it. Richard Hanna, a Republican Congressman from Upstate New York, on Tuesday became the first House Representative to publicly repudiate Trump's candidature and announce his support for Hillary Clinton.
On the campaign stump, Donald Trump has opened August by moving from "Crooked Hillary" to "the devil". But he made a deal with the devil.
He took this further last night at a rally in Pennsylvania, blasting Mr Sanders for coming out in support of Mrs Clinton.
The event in OH was Trump's first campaign appearance since the backlash against him following his comments about the parents of dead Muslim American soldier Humayun Khan, but he did not address the furore.
Wisconsin businessman Paul Nehlen, who is challenging Ryan in next week's primary in Wisconsin, had posted material on his campaign website accusing Ryan of misrepresenting Trump's proposed temporary ban on Muslims entering the country and defending him in the dispute with the Khans.
A range of figures and organisations from across the political spectrum from President Barack Obama to Senator John McCain have criticised Trump for his comments.