This is a list of notable individuals and organizations who have voiced their endorsement for the office of the president, including those who subsequently retracted or withheld their endorsement, of Donald Trump as the Republican Party's presidential nominee for the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
Former U.S. federal government
Federal Cabinet-level officials
- John Ashcroft, 79th United States Attorney General (2001–05)
- John Rusling Block, 21st United States Secretary of Agriculture (1981–86)
- John R. Bolton, 25th United States Ambassador to the United Nations (2005–06)
- Elaine Chao, 24th United States Secretary of Labor (2001–09)
- Edwin Meese, 75th United States Attorney General (1985–88)
- Jim Nicholson, 5th United States Secretary of Veterans Affairs (2005–07)
- Anthony Principi, 4th United States Secretary of Veterans Affairs (2001–05)
- Donald Rumsfeld, 13th and 21st United States Secretary of Defense (1975–77, 2001–06)
- John W. Snow, 73rd United States Secretary of the Treasury (2003–06)
- David Stockman, 25th Director of the Office of Management and Budget (1981-85)
- Tommy Thompson, 19th United States Secretary of Health and Human Services (2001–05)
- James G. Watt, 43rd United States Secretary of the Interior (1981–83)
Federal departmental officials
U.S. Department of Agriculture
U.S. Department of Defense
- William G. Boykin, ret. 3-star General, Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence (2002–07)
- Chapman B. Cox, Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) (1983–84)
- Michael T. Flynn,[a] ret. 3-star General, Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency (2012–14) (Democratic)
- Jeffrey D. Gordon,[a] Pentagon spokesman (2005–09)
- J. William Middendorf, United States Secretary of the Navy (1974–77)
- Joseph E. Schmitz,[a] Inspector General (2002–05)
- Herbert R. Temple, Jr., Chief of the National Guard Bureau (1986–90)
- William Winkenwerder Jr., former United States Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs (2001–07)
U.S. Department of Energy
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
U.S. Department of State
U.S. Department of Interior
U.S. Department of Justice
Independent agencies and commissions
- Charles L. Glazer, El Salvador (2007–09)
- G. Philip Hughes, Barbados, Dominica, St Lucia, Antigua, St. Vincent, and St. Christopher-Nevis-Anguilla (1990–93)
- Douglas Kmiec, Malta (2009–11)
- John D. Ong, Norway (2002–05)
- Francis Rooney, Holy See (2005–08)
- Faith Whittlesey, Switzerland (1981–83, 1985–88)
White House staff
- John Barrasso, WY-Class1
- Roy Blunt, MO-Class3
- John Boozman, AR-Class3
- Richard Burr, NC-Class3
- Bill Cassidy, LA-Class2
- Dan Coats, IN-Class3
- Thad Cochran, MS-Class2
- Bob Corker, TN-Class1
- John Cornyn, Maj. Whip, TX-Class2
- Tom Cotton, AR-Class2
- Ted Cruz, TX-Class1
- Mike Enzi, WY-Class2
- Joni Ernst, IA-Class2
- Chuck Grassley, IA-Class3
- Orrin Hatch, Pres. pro tempore, UT-Class1
- John Hoeven, ND-Class3
- Jim Inhofe, OK-Class2
- Johnny Isakson, GA-Class3
- Ron Johnson, WI-Class3
- Mitch McConnell, Maj. Leader, KY-Class2
- Jerry Moran, KS-Class3
- Rand Paul, KY-Class3
- David Perdue, GA-Class2
- Pat Roberts, KS-Class2
- Marco Rubio, FL-Class3
- Jeff Sessions,[a] AL-Class2
- Tim Scott, SC-Class3
- Thom Tillis, NC-Class2
- David Vitter, LA-Class3
- Roger Wicker, MS-Class1
- Scott Brown,[a] MA (2010–13)
- Jeffrey Chiesa,[a] NJ (2013)
- Tom Coburn, OK (2005–15)
- Alfonse D'Amato, NY (1981–99)
- Bob Dole, Maj. Leader, KS (1969–96)
- Bob Kasten,[a] WI (1981–93)
- Trent Lott, Maj. Leader, MS (1989–2007)
- Mack Mattingly, GA (1981–87)
- Rick Santorum, PA (1995–2007)
- Bob Smith, NH (1990–2003)
- Jim Talent, MO (2002–2007)
- Ralph Abraham, LA
- Robert Aderholt, AL
- Rick W. Allen, GA
- Mark Amodei, NV
- Brian Babin, TX
- Lou Barletta,[a] PA-11
- Joe Barton, TX
- Mike Bishop, MI
- Rob Bishop, UT
- Diane Black, TN
- Marsha Blackburn, TN
- Charles Boustany, LA
- Dave Brat, VA
- Jim Bridenstine, OK
- Vern Buchanan, FL
- Ken Buck, CO
- Larry Bucshon, IN
- Michael Burgess, TX
- Ken Calvert, CA
- Buddy Carter, GA
- John Carter, TX
- Steve Chabot, OH
- Curt Clawson, FL
- Tom Cole, OK
- Chris Collins,[a] NY
- Doug Collins, GA
- Mike Conaway, TX
- Paul Cook, CA
- Ryan Costello, PA-6
- Kevin Cramer,[a] ND
- Rick Crawford, AR
- John Culberson, TX
- Jeff Denham, CA
- Ron DeSantis, FL
- Scott DesJarlais,[a] TN
- Dan Donovan, NY
- Sean Duffy, WI
- Jeff Duncan, SC
- John Duncan,[a] TN
- Renee Ellmers,[a] NC
- Tom Emmer, MN
- Blake Farenthold, TX
- Mike Fitzpatrick, PA-8
- Chuck Fleischmann, TN
- John Fleming, LA
- Bill Flores, TX
- Randy Forbes, VA
- Virginia Foxx, NC
- Trent Franks, AZ
- Rodney Frelinghuysen, NJ
- Bob Gibbs, OH
- Louie Gohmert, TX
- Bob Goodlatte, VA
- Paul Gosar, AZ
- Trey Gowdy, SC
- Sam Graves, MO
- Tom Graves, GA
- Morgan Griffith, VA
- Glenn Grothman, WI
- Frank Guinta, NH
- Brett Guthrie, KY
- Gregg Harper, MS
- Andy Harris, MD
- Vicky Hartzler, MO
- Jeb Hensarling, TX
- Jody Hice, GA
- French Hill, AR
- George Holding, NC
- Richard Hudson, NC
- Randy Hultgren, IL
- Duncan D. Hunter,[a] CA
- Darrell Issa, CA
- Evan Jenkins, WV
- Lynn Jenkins, KS
- Bill Johnson, OH
- Sam Johnson, TX
- Walter B. Jones Jr., NC
- Jim Jordan, OH
- Mike Kelly, PA-3
- Trent Kelly, MS
- Peter T. King, NY
- Steve King, IA
- John Kline, MN
- Raul Labrador, ID
- Darin LaHood, IL
- Doug LaMalfa, CA
- Doug Lamborn, CO
- Leonard Lance, NJ
- Bob Latta, OH
- Billy Long, MO
- Barry Loudermilk, GA
- Frank Lucas, OK
- Blaine Luetkemeyer, MO
- Cynthia Lummis, WY
- Tom MacArthur, NJ
- Kenny Marchant, TX
- Tom Marino,[a] PA
- Thomas Massie, KY
- Kevin McCarthy, Maj. Leader, CA
- Michael McCaul, TX
- Tom McClintock, CA
- Patrick McHenry, NC
- David McKinley, WV
- Cathy McMorris Rodgers, WA
- Mark Meadows, NC
- Luke Messer, IN
- John Mica, FL
- Candice Miller, MI
- Jeff Miller,[a] FL
- John Moolenaar, MI
- Alex Mooney, WV
- Markwayne Mullin, OK
- Mick Mulvaney, SC
- Randy Neugebauer, TX
- Dan Newhouse, WA
- Kristi Noem, SD
- Rich Nugent, FL
- Pete Olson, TX
- Steven Palazzo, MS
- Gary Palmer, AL
- Steve Pearce, NM
- Scott Perry, PA-4
- Robert Pittenger, NC
- Joe Pitts, PA-16
- Mike Pompeo, KS
- Bill Posey, FL
- Tom Price, GA
- John Ratcliffe, TX
- Tom Reed,[a] NY
- Jim Renacci, OH
- Tom Rice, SC
- Phil Roe, TN
- Hal Rogers, KY
- Mike Rogers, AL
- Dana Rohrabacher, CA
- Todd Rokita, IN
- Dennis A. Ross, FL
- Keith Rothfus, PA-12
- David Rouzer, NC
- Ed Royce, CA
- Steve Russell, OK
- Paul Ryan, WI, House Speaker
- Matt Salmon, AZ
- Mark Sanford, SC
- Steve Scalise, Maj. Whip, LA
- David Schweikert, AZ
- Austin Scott, GA
- Jim Sensenbrenner, WI
- Pete Sessions, TX
- John Shimkus, IL
- Bill Shuster,[a] PA
- Adrian Smith, NE
- Chris Smith, NJ
- Jason T. Smith, MO
- Lamar Smith, TX
- Elise Stefanik, NY
- Steve Stivers, OH
- Marlin Stutzman, IN
- Dave Trott, MI
- Michael Turner, OH
- Tim Walberg, MI
- Greg Walden, OR
- Mark Walker, NC
- Jackie Walorski, IN
- Mimi Walters, CA
- Randy Weber, TX
- Daniel Webster, FL
- Brad Wenstrup, OH
- Bruce Westerman, AR
- Lynn Westmoreland, GA
- Roger Williams, TX
- Rob Wittman, VA
- Steve Womack, AR
- Rob Woodall, GA
- Kevin Yoder, KS
- Ted Yoho, FL
- David Young, IA
- Don Young, AK
- Todd Young, IN
- Lee Zeldin, NY
- Ryan Zinke, MT
- Steve Austria, OH (2009–13)
- Michele Bachmann, MN (2007–15)
- Bob Barr, GA (1995–2003)
- Kerry Bentivolio, MI (2013–15)
- John Boehner, Speaker, OH (1991–2015)
- Paul Broun, GA (2007–15)
- Eric Cantor, Maj. Leader, VA (2001–14)
- Joseph Cao, LA (2009–11)
- Newt Gingrich, Speaker, GA (1979–99)
- Virgil Goode,[a] VA (1997–2009)
- Pete Hoekstra, MI (1993–2011)
- Jack Kingston, GA (1993–2015)
- James Lightfoot, IA (1985–97)
- Bob Livingston,[a] LA (1977–99)
- Tom Luken, OH (1974–75, 1977–91) (Democratic)
- Bob McEwan, OH (1981–93)
- Guy Molinari, NY (1981–89)
- Sue Myrick, NC (1995–2013)
- Doug Ose,[a] CA (1999–2005)
- Tom Tancredo, CO (1999–2009)
- Joe Walsh (Illinois politician), IL (2011–13)
- Frank Wolf, VA (1981–2015)
U.S. state officials
State and territorial governors
- Greg Abbott, 48th Governor of Texas
- Matt Bevin, 62nd Governor of Kentucky
- Terry Branstad, 39th & 42nd Governor of Iowa
- Sam Brownback, 46th Governor of Kansas
- Phil Bryant, 64th Governor of Mississippi
- Eddie Calvo, 8th Governor of Guam
- Chris Christie,[a] 55th Governor of New Jersey
- Jack Dalrymple, 32nd Governor of North Dakota
- Doug Ducey, 23rd Governor of Arizona
- Mary Fallin, 27th Governor of Oklahoma
- Nikki Haley, 116th Governor of South Carolina
- Asa Hutchinson, 46th Governor of Arkansas
- Paul LePage,[a] 74th Governor of Maine
- Pat McCrory, 74th Governor of North Carolina
- Matt Mead, 32nd Governor of Wyoming
- Mike Pence, 50th Governor of Indiana (Running mate)
- Pete Ricketts, 40th Governor of Nebraska
- Rick Scott,[a] 45th Governor of Florida
- Ralph Torres,[a] 9th Governor of the Northern Mariana Islands
- Scott Walker, 45th Governor of Wisconsin
- Haley Barbour, 63rd Governor of Mississippi (2004–12)
- Jan Brewer,[a] 22nd Governor of Arizona (2009–15)
- Donald DiFrancesco,[a] 51st Governor of New Jersey (2001–02)
- Robert Ehrlich, 60th Governor of Maryland (2003–07)
- Jim Gilmore, 68th Governor of Virginia (1998–2002)
- Dave Heineman, 39th Governor of Nebraska (2005–15)
- Mike Huckabee, 44th Governor of Arkansas (1996–2007)
- Bobby Jindal, 55th Governor of Louisiana (2008–16)
- Frank Keating, 25th Governor of Oklahoma (1995–2003)
- Sarah Palin,[a] 9th Governor of Alaska (2006–09)
- Sonny Perdue, 81st Governor of Georgia (2003–11)
- Rick Perry, 47th Governor of Texas (2000–15)
- Don Sundquist, 47th Governor of Tennessee (1995–2003)
- John H. Sununu, 75th Governor of New Hampshire (1983–89), White House Chief of Staff (1989–91)
State executive officials
- Cherie K. Berry, 17th North Carolina Commissioner of Labor
- Gary Black, Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture
- Pam Bondi,[a] 37th Attorney General of Florida
- George P. Bush, 28th Commissioner of the Texas General Land Office
- Mike DeWine, 50th Attorney General of Ohio
- Jeff DeWit,[a] 43rd State Treasurer of Arizona
- Diane Douglas, Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction
- Lynn Fitch, 34th Mississippi State Treasurer
- Tim Griffin, 16th Lieutenant Governor of Arkansas
- Jon Husted, 50th Ohio Secretary of State
- Mark Hutchison, 34th Lieutenant Governor of Nevada
- Cindy Hyde-Smith, 7th Mississippi Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce
- Peter Kinder, 46th Lieutenant Governor of Missouri
- Kris Kobach,[a] 31st Secretary of State of Kansas
- Adam Laxalt, 33rd Nevada Attorney General
- Josh Mandel, 48th Ohio State Treasurer
- Henry McMaster,[a] 91st Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina
- Sid Miller, 12th Texas Commissioner of Agriculture
- Mary Mosiman, Auditor of Iowa
- Bill Northey, 4th Iowa Secretary of Agriculture
- Dan Patrick, 42nd Lieutenant Governor of Texas
- Ryan Quarles, Agriculture Commissioner of Kentucky
- Jim Reese, 4th Oklahoma Secretary of Agriculture
- Sean Reyes, 21st Attorney General of Utah
- Kim Reynolds, 47th Lieutenant Governor of Iowa
- Leslie Rutledge, 56th Attorney General of Arkansas
- Bill Schuette, 53rd Attorney General of Michigan
- Ryan Sitton, Texas Railroad Commissioner
- Eric Skrmetta,[a] Louisiana Public Service Commissioner
- Michael G. Strain, 9th Louisiana Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry
- Mary Taylor, 65th Lieutenant Governor of Ohio
- Walter E. Whitcomb, Commissioner of the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry
- Dave Yost, 32nd Ohio State Auditor
- André Bauer,[a] 87th Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina (2003–11)
- Ken Blackwell, 48th Ohio Secretary of State (1999–2007)
- Jennifer Carroll, 18th Lieutenant Governor of Florida (2011–13)
- Margaret Farrow, 42nd Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin (2001–03)
- John H. Hager, 37th Lieutenant Governor of Virginia (1998–2002)
- Evan Hultman, 28th Attorney General of Iowa (1961–65)
- Jerry Kilgore, 42nd Attorney General of Virginia (2002–05)
- Loren Leman, 8th Lieutenant Governor of Alaska (2002–06)
- Mead Treadwell, 11th Lieutenant Governor of Alaska (2010–14)
- Cathy Zeuske, 31st State Treasurer of Wisconsin (1991–95)
State judicial officials
- Alabama State Representative: Ed Henry
- Alaska State Senators: John Coghill, Charlie Huggins, Lesil McGuire
- Alaska State Representative: Mike Chenault
- Arizona State Representative: Phil Lovas
- California State Senators: Tom Berryhill Mike Morrell, Jeff Stone, Joel Anderson
- California State Assemblymen: Jay Obernolte and Bob Pacheco, Melissa Melendez, Travis Allen, Matthew Harper
- Colorado State Senators: Ray Scott, John Cooke, Kent Lambert, Vicki Marble, Tim Neville, Jerry Sonnenberg, Laura J. Woods
- Colorado House of Representatives: Clarice Navarro, Jon Becker, Perry Buck, Dan Nordberg, Bob Rankin, Lori Saine, James Wilson, JoAnn Windholz
- Connecticut State Senators: Kevin C. Kelly, Michael A. McLachlan
- Connecticut State Representatives: Anthony D'Amelio,
- Delaware State Senator: Colin Bonini
- Florida State Senators: Dennis Baxley, Joe Negron
- Florida Representatives: Matt Gaetz and Lake Ray, Gayle Harrell, Debbie Mayfield, MaryLynn Magar, Michelle Rehwinkel Vasilinda (Independent)
- Georgia State Senators: Burt Jones, Michael Williams, John Wilkinson
- Georgia State Representative: Steve Tarvin
- Iowa State Senators: Brad Zaun, Jerry Behn, Julian Garrett, David Hartsuch, Ken Rozenboom, Tom Shipley
- Iowa State Representatives: Robert Bacon, Linda Upmeyer, Dawn Pettengill, Megan Jones, Mary Ann Hanusa, Linda Miller, Mike Sexton, Dave Deyoe, Dean Fisher
- Maryland State Senators: Justin Ready, H. Wayne Norman, Jr., J. B. Jennings
- Maryland State Representatives: Susan W. Krebs, Richard Impallaria, Pat McDonough
- Massachusetts State Representatives: Geoff Diehl, Keiko Orrall
- Michigan State Senators: Jack Brandenburg, Joe Hune, Mike Green, Arlan Meekhof, Judy Emmons
- Michigan State Representative: Kevin Cotter
- Minnesota State Representatives: John Petersburg
- Mississippi State Representatives: Becky Currie, Alex Monsour, Margaret Rogers, Gary Chism, and Gary Staples
- Missouri State Senators: Brian Munzlinger, Mike Parson, Eric Schmitt
- Nebraska State Senator: Beau McCoy
- Nevada State Senators: Michael Roberson, Don Gustavson
- Nevada State Assemblymen: Brent A. Jones and Chris Edwards, Paul Anderson, Jill Dickman, Ira Hansen, Jim Wheeler, Philip "P.K." O'Neill
- New Hampshire State Senators: Nancy Stiles, Jeb Bradley, Chuck Morse
- New Hampshire State Representatives: Shawn Jasper
- New Jersey Assemblyman: Robert Auth and State Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi
- New Jersey State Senators: Michael J. Doherty and Joe Pennacchio
- New Mexico State Representatives: Alonzo Baldonado, Sharon Clahchischilliage
- New York State Senators: John DeFrancisco, Martin Golden
- New York State Assemblyman: Bill Nojay (deceased)
- North Carolina State Senators: W. Brent Jackson
- North Carolina State Representatives: Julia C. Howard, Pat Hurley, Linda P. Johnson, Pat McElraft, Michele D. Presnell,
- North Dakota State Representative: Michael Don Brandenburg
- Ohio State Senator: Keith Faber
- Ohio State Representative: Cliff Rosenberger
- Oklahoma State Senators: Eddie Fields
- Oregon State Senators: Brian Boquist, Alan Olsen
- Oregon State Representatives: Vic Gilliam, Mike Nearman, Sherrie Sprenger, John Huffman
- Pennsylvania State Senators: Camera Bartolotta, Michele Brooks, Kim Ward
- Pennsylvania State Representatives: Mike Vereb, Mauree Gingrich, Julie Harhart, Sandra Major, Donna Oberlander, Kristin Phillips-Hill, Tina Pickett, Kathy Rapp, Judy Ward, Jerry Knowles, Stephen Barrar, Daryl Metcalfe, Eric Nelson, Greg Rothman, Rick Saccone, Kerry Benninghoff, Stephen Bloom, Martin Causer, Jim Christiana, Lynda Schlegel-Culver, Sheryl M. Delozier, Russ Diamond, George Dunbar, Cris Dush, Brian Ellis, Eli Evankovich, Garth Everett, Seth Grove, Marcia Hahn, Doyle Heffley, Sue Helm, David Hickernell, Rich Irvin, Lee James, Barry Jozwiak, Rob Kauffman, Ryan Mackenzie, Ron Marsico, John McGinnis, David R. Millard, Dan Moul, Mark Mustio, Jason Ortitay, John D. Payne, Jeff Pyle, Mike Regan, Mike Reese, Brad Roae, Tommy Sankey, Stan Saylor, Craig Staats, Will Tallman, Tarah Toohil, Ryan Warner, Jeff Wheeland, David H. Zimmerman
- South Carolina State Senator: Katrina Shealy
- South Carolina State Representative: James H. Merrill (former Majority Leader)
- South Dakota State Senators: Ried Holien, Larry Rhoden
- Tennessee Senator: Mae Beavers
- Texas State Senators: Donna Campbell, Lois Kolkhorst, Paul Bettencourt, Craig Estes, Bob Hall, Charles Perry
- Texas State Representatives: Byron Cook, Charlie Geren, Todd Ames Hunter, Geanie Morrison, Larry Phillips, James White, Doc Anderson, Dustin Burrows, Tom Craddick, Pat Fallon, Dan Huberty, Mark Keough, Phil King, Jodie Anne Laubenberg, Will Metcalf, Jim Murphy, Tan Parker, Dennis Paul, Ron Simmons, Drew Springer Jr., Tony Tinderholt, Bill Zedler, John M. Zerwas
- Utah State Representatives: Greg Hughes (Speaker), Jake Anderegg
- Utah State Senators: Ralph Okerlund (Senate Majority Leader), David Hinkins
- Virginia State Senators: Mark Obenshain, Bryce Reeves, Jill Vogel, Frank Wagner
- Virginia State Delegates: Ron Villanueva and Scott Taylor, Brenda Pogge, Rob Bell, Glenn Davis, Terry Kilgore, Dave LaRock
- Washington State Senator: Don Benton
- West Virginia State Senators: Donna J. Boley and Bill Cole (President), Ryan Ferns
- West Virginia State Delegates: Ray Canterbury, Joshua Nelson, Randy Smith, and Ron Walters
- Arizona State Senators: Lori Klein, Thayer Verschoor, and Kelli Ward
- California State Senator: Tony Strickland
- California State Assemblymen: Martin Garrick
- Colorado State Legislators: Rep. B.J. Nikkel (Colorado Co-Chairman and Colorado Women For Trump Coalition Director), Senator Greg Brophy (Colorado Co-Chairman)
- Idaho State Representative: Phil Hart
- Iowa State Senators: Kitty Rehberg, Sandy Greiner
- Iowa State Representatives: Teresa Garman, Annette Sweeney, Dave Tjepkes, Kenneth Veenstra, Ralph Watts, Betty De Boef
- Louisiana State Senator: Troy Hebert (Independent)
- Michigan State Senators: Randy Richardville,
- Michigan State Representatives: Rick Johnson, Andrew Richner,
- Member of the Nevada Assembly: Heidi Gansert
- Ohio State Representatives: Matt Huffman
- South Carolina State Senator: Jake Knotts
- Texas State Representatives: Martha Wong, Wayne Christian
- Virginia State Senators: Jeannemarie Devolites Davis, Jeff McWaters
U.S. municipal officials
Mayors and county executives
- Greg Edwards, 5th Chautauqua County executive (2006–13)
- Charles Evers, Mayor of Fayette, Mississippi (1969–81, 1985–89)
- Drew Ferguson, Mayor of West Point, Georgia, 2016 Republican nominee for Georgia's 3rd congressional district
- Rudy Giuliani, 107th Mayor of New York City (1994–2001)
- Tom Leppert, 60th Mayor of Dallas, Texas (2007–11)
- Rick Mystrom, Mayor of Anchorage (1994–2000)
Municipal executive officials
- Joe Arpaio, sheriff of Maricopa County
- Rob Astorino, Westchester County Executive, 2014 Republican nominee for Governor of New York
- Paul Babeu, sheriff of Pinal County
- David A. Clarke Jr., sheriff of Milwaukee County (Democratic)
- James M. Cummings, sheriff of Barnstable County
- Ed Day, Rockland County Executive
- Greg Hartmann, member of the three-member in Hamilton County, Ohio
- Tim Howard, sheriff of Erie County, New York
- Peggy Littleton, El Paso County Commissioner
- Dick Monteith, Chairman of the Stanislaus County Board of Supervisors
- Bill Reilich, Greece town supervisor
- Michelle Park Steel, Member of the Orange County Board of Supervisors
- Corey Stewart, Chairman of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors
- Carolyn Bunny Welsh, Chester County Sheriff
Retired US military personnel
Retired US Air Force personnel
- Alfred G. Hansen, General, Commander, Air Force Logistics Command (COMAFLC) (1987–89).
- John L. Hudson, Lieutenant General
- Timothy A. Kinnan, Lieutenant General
- Thomas McInerney, Lieutenant General
- Robert C. Oaks,[a] General, Commander of Air Training Command, Commander of the U.S. Air Forces in Europe (1986–90)
- Richard Secord, Major General
- Leo K. Thorsness, Colonel, Medal of Honor recipient
- William E. Thurman, Lieutenant General
Retired US Army personnel
- Bennie G. Adkins, Command Sergeant Major, Medal of Honor recipient
- Donald E. Ballard, Colonel, Medal of Honor recipient
- Burwell B. Bell III, General
- Patrick Henry Brady, Major General
- Bruce P. Crandall, Colonel, Medal of Honor recipient
- Sammy L. Davis, Sergeant, Medal of Honor recipient
- Michael John Fitzmaurice, Specialist Four, Medal of Honor recipient
- Harold A. Fritz, Colonel, Medal of Honor recipient
- Jay Garner, Lieutenant General
- James F. Linzey, Chaplain, Major
- Walter Joseph Marm Jr., Colonel, Medal of Honor recipient
- Bert Mizusawa,[a] Major General, Deputy Director for Strategic Initiatives, Joint Chiefs of Staff
- Robert Martin Patterson, Command Sergeant Major, Medal of Honor recipient
- Leroy Petry, Master Sergeant, Medal of Honor recipient
- Ronald E. Rosser, Sergeant First Class, Medal of Honor recipient
- Crosbie E. Saint, General, Commander in Chief, U.S. Army Europe/Commander, Central Army Group (1988–92)
- Richard Scholtes, Major General
- Sidney Shachnow, Major General, a Holocaust survivor
- Ken Stumpf, Sergeant Major, Medal of Honor recipient
- John B. Sylvester, Lieutenant General
- James Allen Taylor, Major, Medal of Honor recipient
- Paul E. Vallely,[a] Major General, 351st Civil Affairs Commander (1982–86), Deputy Commanding General, Pacific Command, Military Committee Chairman for the Center for Security Policy
Retired US Coast Guard personnel
Retired US Marine Corps personnel
- Mark Bircher, Brigadier General
- Wesley L. Fox, Colonel, Medal of Honor recipient
- James E. Livingston, Major General
- Robert Magnus, General, Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps
- Robert J. Modrzejewski, Colonel, Medal of Honor recipient
- Robert E. Simanek, Private First Class, Medal of Honor recipient
- Jay Vargas, Colonel, Medal of Honor recipient
- Hershel W. Williams, Chief Warrant Officer 4, Medal of Honor recipient
- James J. Carey, Rear Admiral
- James H. Flatley III, Rear Admiral
- Carl Higbie, former Navy SEAL and author
- Robert R. Ingram, Hospital Corpsman, Medal of Honor recipient
- J. Adrian Jackson, Rear Admiral
- Jerome L. Johnson, Admiral, Vice Chief of Naval Operations (1990–92)
- Richard B. Landolt, Admiral
- Marcus Luttrell, former Navy SEAL and TV host
- James Lyons, Admiral
- William J. McDaniel, Rear Admiral
- Robert J. Spane, Vice Admiral
- Robert F. Schoultz, Vice Admiral
- John B. Totushek, Vice Admiral
- Jerry L. Unruh, Vice Admiral, Commander of the Third Fleet (1992–94)
- Michael E. Thornton, Lieutenant, Medal of Honor recipient
International political figures
Current heads of state and government
Former Heads of state and government
National ministers and secretaries
Members of national and supranational parliaments
- Gilbert Collard, French politician, MP, member of the Rassemblement bleu Marine coalition
- Marion Maréchal-Le Pen, French politician, MP, and member of the nationalist Front National
- Jean-Frédéric Poisson, French politician, MP, and president of the conservative Christian Democratic Party · .
- David Rachline, French politician, Senator, Mayor of Fréjus, and member of the nationalist Front National
- Aleksey Pushkov, Russian politician, MP, head of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the State Duma, and member of United Russia
- Robert Schlegel, Member of the Russian State Duma, member of United Russia
- Vladimir Zhirinovsky, Russian politician, MP, Vice Chairman of the State Duma, and leader of the far-right Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (1989–)
Regional ministers, legislators, and party leaders
Former regional ministers, legislators, and party leaders
Commentators, writers, filmmakers and columnists
- Scott Adams, cartoonist, creator of Dilbert
- Conrad Black,[a] Canadian-born British former newspaper publisher, author and member of the House of Lords
- Eric Bolling, commentator, co-host of The Five and Cashin' In on Fox News
- Andrew G. Bostom, author and expert on Islam
- Floyd Brown, author, speaker, and media commentator
- Ruthie Blum, journalist, columnist, former features editor of the Jerusalem Post, and current web editor at Algemeiner Journal
- Lionel Chetwynd, screenwriter, motion picture and television film director and producer
- James Corum, air power historian and scholar of counter-insurgency
- Ann Coulter,[a] political commentator and writer
- Adam Curry, political commentator and former MTV VJ
- Dinesh D'Souza, political commentator, author, and filmmaker
- Vox Day, publisher, activist, science fiction writer, journalist, musician, and video game designer
- Bo Dietl, former NYPD detective and Fox News commentator
- Olavo de Carvalho, Brazilian essayist whose interests include historical philosophy, the history of revolutionary movements, the traditionalist school and comparative religion
- Lou Dobbs,[a] television personality, author, radio host and host of Lou Dobbs Tonight on Fox Business
- Michael Scott Doran, senior fellow at Hudson Institute
- Matt Drudge, political commentator, founder and editor of The Drudge Report
- Aleksandr Dugin,[a] Russian political scientist, author of The Foundations of Geopolitics: The Geopolitical Future of Russia and The Fourth Political Theory, and member of the Eurasia Party
- Nicholas J. Fuentes, Host of The NJF Show
- Diana Furchtgott-Roth, economist
- Tsunehira Furuya, Japanese critic and writer
- Brigitte Gabriel, journalist, author, political lecturer and anti-Islamic activist
- Pamela Geller, political activist and commentator
- George Gilder, investor, writer, economist, techno-utopian advocate, and co-founder of the Discovery Institute
- Joel Gilbert, filmmaker
- Callista Gingrich, co-author of Rediscovering God in America.
- David P. Goldman (a.k.a. "Spengler"), economist, music critic, and author
- Leon Hadar, global affairs analyst, journalist, blogger and author
- Liangliang He, anchor on Hong Kong–based Mandarin and Cantonese-language broadcaster Phoenix Television
- Katie Hopkins, newspaper columnist and TV personality
- David Horowitz, conservative writer, founder and president of the David Horowitz Freedom Center, and editor of FrontPage Magazine
- Deal W. Hudson, conservative political activist
- Carol Iannone, columnist, literary critic, critic of feminism, and founding Vice President of the National Association of Scholars.
- Paul Johnson, journalist, historian, speechwriter and author
- Dmitry Kiselyov,[a] Russian journalist and head of government-owned international news agency Rossiya Segodnya
- Lawrence Kudlow, conservative commentator, economic analyst, television personality, newspaper columnist and host of the The Kudlow Report.
- Tomi Lahren, conservative commentator, internet personality
- Michael Ledeen, historian, philosopher, foreign policy analyst, and writer.
- David Limbaugh, conservative American political commentator and author
- Herbert London, conservative activist, commentator, author, and academic
- John Lott, economist, political commentator, and gun rights advocate.
- Michelle Malkin, blogger, political commentator, and author
- Scott McConnell, founding editor of American Conservative
- Gavin McInnes,[a] writer, creative director, actor, comedian, and co-founder of Vice Media
- Eric Metaxas, author, speaker, and radio host
- Brian Patrick Mitchell, writer, political theorist, and blogger
- Piers Morgan, journalist and television personality, writer for the Daily Mail
- Steven W. Mosher, social scientist, pro-life activist, author, and president of the Population Research Institute.
- William Murchison, syndicated political columnist
- Deroy Murdock, political commentor and a contributing editor with National Review Online
- Melanie Phillips, newspaper opinion columnist
- Norman Podhoretz, neoconservative pundit, former adviser to the U.S. Information Agency (1981–87), and writer for Commentary
- Joel Pollak, political commentator and author
- Alfred S. Regnery, lawyer, author, and former publisher
- Michael Scheuer,[a] former CIA intelligence officer, blogger, author, political analyst, and former Chief of the Bin Laden Issue Station
- Hossein Shariatmadari,[a] Iranian conservative journalist and editor-in-chief of Kayhan
- Roger L. Simon,[a] novelist, Academy Award-nominated screenwriter, and former CEO of PJ Media
- Lauren Southern, Canadian Libertarian Commentator
- J. Michael Straczynski, author and screenwriter
- Jared Taylor,[a] white nationalist and political writer, founder of American Renaissance magazine
- Ross Terrill, academic, historian and journalist, expert in the history of China
- Cal Thomas, conservative syndicated columnist, pundit, author and radio commentator
- Emmett Tyrrell, conservative magazine editor
- Daryush Valizadeh, writer and creator of the Return Of Kings website
- Bradley C.S. Watson, political science educator, lawyer, and writer
- Diana West, author and columnist
- Milo Yiannopoulos,[a] British political commentator
- Slavoj Žižek, psychoanalytic philosopher, cultural critic, and Marxist
- Sheldon Adelson, CEO of Las Vegas Sands
- Roger Ailes, former Chairman and CEO of Fox News Channel, media consultant to presidential campaigns of Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, and George H. W. Bush
- David R. Barker, author, academic and businessman
- Thomas J. Barrack Jr., Founder and Chairman of Colony Capital
- Andrew Beal, Founder and Chairman of Beal Bank
- William Harrison Binnie, industrialist and investment banker, President of New Hampshire 1 Network and owner of Carlisle One Media, and Chairman of the Finance Committee for the New Hampshire Republican State Committee
- Ernie Boch Jr., CEO of Boch Industries
- Elliott Broidy, venture capitalist
- Doug Burgum, entrepreneur, philanthropist, former president of Great Plains Software, former head of Microsoft Business Solutions, chairman of the board for Atlassian, and 2016 Republican nominee for Governor of North Dakota
- Herman Cain, businessman and Tea Party politician (former 2000 and 2012 presidential candidate)
- Pete Coors, businessman and chairman of MillerCoors
- Jenny Craig, founder of Jenny Craig Inc.
- Darwin Deason, businessman and political donor
- Daniel R. DiMicco, former CEO of Nucor Corp
- Kim Dotcom, internet entrepreneur and political activist
- Bernie Ecclestone, Chief Executive of Formula One Group
- Marc Faber, Swiss investor
- Sean Fieler, businessman, philanthropist and conservative activist/donor
- Steve Feinberg, financier and co-founder and CEO of Cerberus Capital Management
- Kenneth Fisher, investment analyst and the founder and chairman of Fisher Investments
- Steve Forbes, publishing executive, Editor-in-Chief of Forbes, and business magnate (former 1996 and 2000 presidential candidate)
- Brian France, CEO and Chairman of NASCAR
- Neal B. Freeman, founder of The Blackwell Corporation, former president of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
- Foster Friess, businessman and philanthropist
- David Green, businessman and CEO of Hobby Lobby
- Harold Hamm, entrepreneur and oil industry pioneer
- Carl Icahn, business magnate, investor, activist shareholder, philanthropist, founder and majority shareholder of Icahn Enterprises and Chairman of Federal-Mogul
- Peter Kalikow, president of H. J. Kalikow & Company
- Robert Kiyosaki, businessman, investor, educator, motivational speaker and self-help author (authored two business books with the candidate)
- Bill Koch, businessman, sailor, and collector
- Shalabh Kumar, industrialist, philanthropist, and founder and head of the Republican Hindu Coalition
- Charles Kushner, real estate developer and co-owner of Kushner Properties
- Jared Kushner, co-owner of Kushner Properties, owner of The New York Observer, son-in-law of the candidate
- Kenneth Langone, co-founder of The Home Depot
- Richard LeFrak, real-estate businessman
- Howard Lorber, businessman, investor and CEO of Vector Group
- Ted Malloch, CEO of The Roosevelt Group
- David Malpass, founder and president of Encima Global LLC, Deputy Assistant Treasury Secretary under President Ronald Reagan, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State under President George H. W. Bush
- Doug Manchester, businessman, real estate developer, and former newspaper publisher
- Bernard Marcus, businessman, philanthropist, co-founder and former CEO of The Home Depot
- Linda McMahon, former President and CEO of WWE and Republican nominee for Senate from Connecticut in 2010 and 2012
- Robert Mercer, computer scientist and co-CEO of Renaissance Technologies
- Larry Mizel, chairman and CEO of MDC Holdings
- Steven Mnuchin, banker, political fundraiser, CEO of Dune Capital Management and Finance Chair of the Donald Trump 2016 presidential campaign
- Stephen Moore, economic writer, policy analyst, co-founder and former president of the Club for Growth, former member of the Wall Street Journal editorial board, and former chief economist for The Heritage Foundation
- Rupert Murdoch, media mogul, CEO of Fox News
- Robert E. Murray, CEO of Murray Energy Corporation
- Terry Neese, founder of Terry Neese Personnel Services and the Institute for the Economic Empowerment of Women
- John Paulson, hedge fund manager and president of Paulson & Co.
- Joe Ricketts, founder, former CEO and former chairman of TD Ameritrade
- Wayne Allyn Root, businessman, politician, television and radio personality (Libertarian Party nominee for Vice President in 2008)
- Wilbur Ross, investor, owner of WL Ross & Co., owner of International Steel Group, vice chairman of Bank of Cyprus
- Steven Roth, real estate investor and CEO of Vornado Realty Trust
- Phil Ruffin, businessman and partner of Trump Hotel Las Vegas
- Anthony Scaramucci, financier, entrepreneur, author, founder and a co-managing partner of SkyBridge Capital, and host of Wall Street Week on Fox Business
- Martin Selig, founder and owner of Martin Selig Real Estate
- German Sterligov, Russian businessman and environmentalist.
- Jon Taffer, bar consultant, television personality, founder and owner of his own media company
- Paul Teutul Sr., Co. founder of Orange County Choppers
- Peter Thiel, entrepreneur, venture capitalist, hedge fund manager, co-founder of PayPal, board member of Facebook, libertarian, and transhumanist
- Donald Trump Jr., businessman, son of the candidate
- Eric Trump, businessman and philanthropist, son of the candidate
- Ivanka Trump, businesswoman, writer, and former model, daughter of the candidate
- Dana White, President of Ultimate Fighting Championship
- Vladimir Yakunin, Russian businessman, public figure, former president of Russian Railways, and founder and president of the World Public Forum "Dialogue of Civilizations"
- Richard Yuengling Jr., owner of Yuengling Brewery
- Mark Corallo, political communications and public relations professional, co-founder and co-principal of Corallo Comstock
- Harlan Hill, political strategist (Democratic)
- Steve Hilton, British political strategist
- Paul Manafort, lobbyist, political consultant, and former director at the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions
- Dick Morris, political author and commentator, former pollster, political campaign consultant, and general political consultant
- David Saunders, political strategist and author (Democratic)
- Wellington Boone, evangelical Protestant leader, church planter and author
- Shmuley Boteach, Orthodox Jewish rabbi, author, TV host and public speaker
- C.L. Bryant, Baptist minister, radio and television host
- Mark Burns, pastor and co-founder of the South Carolina-based Christian TV network, The NOW Network
- James Dobson, evangelical Protestant author, psychologist, and founder of Focus on the Family
- Jerry Falwell Jr., president of Liberty University
- Jim Garlow, pastor of Skyline Church
- John Hagee, founder and senior pastor of Cornerstone Church and CEO of Global Evangelism Television
- Robert Jeffress, pastor of First Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas
- James F. Linzey, ordained minister in the Southern Baptist Convention
- Mike Murdock, singer-songwriter, televangelist and pastor of the Wisdom Center ministry
- Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life
- Ralph E. Reed Jr., conservative activist, former director of the Christian Coalition, founder of the Faith and Freedom Coalition, and 2006 Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Georgia
- Paula White, televangelist
Republican Party figures
- Gary Bauer, politician and activist
- Morton Blackwell, Republican National Committeeman from Virginia
- Dan Bongino, former United States Secret Service agent, 2016 Republican candidate for Florida's 19th congressional district
- Jim Brulte, Chairman of the California Republican Party
- Patrick Davis, political consultant and strategist
- Arnaldo Ferraro, Republican Party chairman of Kings County, New York
- Ed Gillespie, former chairman of the Republican National Committee (2003–05), former Counselor to the President (2007–09), and 2017 Republican candidate for Governor of Virginia
- Eric Greitens, 2016 Republican nominee for Governor of Missouri
- Josh Hawley, 2016 Republican nominee for Missouri Attorney General
- Tirso del Junco, former Chairman of the California Republican Party
- Joseph Mondello, Republican Party chairman of Nassau County
- Paul Nehlen, businessman, inventor, pro bono consultant, author, and 2016 Republican candidate for Wisconsin's 1st congressional district
- Tom Pauken, former Chairman of the Texas Republican Party
- Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee (2011–2017), former chairman of the Republican Party of Wisconsin
- Ronna Romney McDaniel, chairwoman of the Michigan Republican Party, member of the Romney family
- Christine Jack Toretti, Republican National Committeewoman from Pennsylvania
- Chuck Yob, former Republican National Committeeman from Michigan
Social and political activists
- Christopher R. Barron, political activist and consultant, former national political director for Log Cabin Republicans, co-founder of GOProud, an organization representing conservative gays, president of CapSouth Consulting, and founder of LGBT for Trump
- Ammon Bundy, leader of the occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge
- Chris W. Cox, executive director, National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action
- Marjorie Dannenfelser, pro-life activist and president of the Susan B. Anthony List
- Elizabeth Emken, former president of Autism Speaks and Republican nominee for Senate from California in 2012
- Edwin Feulner, former president of the Heritage Foundation
- Day Gardner, founder and president of The National Black Pro Life Union and Associate Director of National Pro-Life Center
- Jim Gilchrist, co-founder and leader of the Minuteman Project
- Clarence Henderson, civil rights activist and participant in the Woolworth sit-in
- Alveda King, activist, niece of Martin Luther King Jr.
- Amy Kremer, Tea Party activist
- David Lane, social conservative Christian activist
- Jenny Beth Martin, co-founder and national coordinator of the Tea Party Patriots
- K. T. McFarland, Senior Fellow at the American Conservative Union
- Jimmy McMillan, rent activist, perennial candidate, and founder of The Rent Is Too Damn High Party
- Troy Newman, president of the anti-abortion organization Operation Rescue
- Grover Norquist, political advocate and president of Americans for Tax Reform
- CJ Pearson, political activist, political commentator and journalist
- Jerry Regier, founder and first President of the Family Research Council
- Thomas Robb, national director of the Knights Party
- Brooke Rollins, president of the Texas Public Policy Foundation
- Austin Ruse, President of the Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute
- Phyllis Schlafly, (deceased) conservative activist and founder of the Eagle Forum
- Matt Schlapp, president of the American Conservative Union
- Orly Taitz, conservative activist, attorney and known figure in the "birther" movement
- Milton Wolf, physician, Tea Party activist and second cousin, once removed of Barack Obama
- Joe "The Plumber" Wurzelbacher, conservative activist and commentator
University and academic figures
- A.D. Amar, Professor of Management at Seton Hall University
- Larry P. Arnn, president of Hillsdale College
- Hadley Arkes, political scientist and the Edward N. Ney Professor of Jurisprudence and American Institutions emeritus at Amherst College
- Mark Bauerlein, Professor of English at Emory University.
- Jay Bergman, Professor of History at Central Connecticut State University, president of the of directors Connecticut affiliate of the National Association of Scholars, and member of the Connecticut Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights.
- Walter Block, Professor of Economics at the J. A. Butt School of Business at Loyola University New Orleans, senior fellow at the Ludwig von Mises Institute, and author of Defending the Undefendable
- Daniel Bonevac, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Texas at Austin
- F.H. Buckley, Foundation Professor at George Mason University School of Law.
- Thomas DiLorenzo, Professor of Economics at the Loyola University Maryland Sellinger School of Business, research fellow at The Independent Institute, senior fellow at the Ludwig von Mises Institute and member of the Mont Pelerin Society
- John C. Eastman, Henry Salvatori Professor of Law & Community Service at the Chapman University School of Law.
- Burton W. Folsom Jr. of Hillsdale College
- Bruce Frohnen, Professor of Law at Ohio Northern University College of Law.
- Lino Graglia, A. W. Walker Centennial Chair in Law at University of Texas
- Wayne Grudem, Research Professor of Theology and Biblical Studies at Phoenix Seminary
- Anne Hendershott, Professor of Psychology at Franciscan University
- Charles R. Kesler, Professor of Government/Political Science at Claremont McKenna College and Claremont Graduate University
- E. Christian Kopff, Professor of Classics at University Of Colorado Boulder
- James F. Linzey, Chief Editor of the Modern English Version and ordained minister in the Southern Baptist Convention
- Robert Oscar Lopez, Associate Professor of English and Classics at California State University, Northridge.
- Henry R. Nau, Professor of Political Science and International Affairs at Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University
- Peter Navarro, Professor of Economics and Public Policy at the Paul Merage School of Business, University of California, Irvine
- Walid Phares, professor at the National Intelligence University and president of the Global Policy Institute think tank
- Daniel N. Robinson, professor of philosophy at Georgetown University
- Ronald Rotunda, Professor of Law at Chapman University School of Law
- Paul Rubin, Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of Economics at Emory University
- Ronald J. Rychlak, Associate Dean For Academic Affairs and the Mississippi Defense Lawyers Association Professor of Law at the University of Mississippi School of Law
- Larry Schweikart, Professor of History at University of Dayton
- Harold See, Professor of Law at Belmont University
- Scott Soames, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Southern California
- Janet E. Smith, Professor of Moral Theology at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, Michigan
- Carol M. Swain, Professor of Political Science and Law at Vanderbilt University.
- Frank J. Tipler, mathematical physicist and cosmologist, holds a joint appointment in the Departments of Mathematics and Physics at Tulane University
- James Trefil, Robinson Professor of Physics at George Mason University
- Thomas G. West, Professor of Politics at Hillsdale College
- Clyde N. Wilson, Professor of History at the University of South Carolina, contributing editor for Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture and Southern Partisan magazine, Chair of the Abbeville Institute, and co-founder of the League of the South
- Stephen Balch, founded the Institute for the Study of Western Civilization at Texas Tech University, founding president of the National Association of Scholars (1987–2009), and 2007 National Humanities Medal laurite.
- Ben Carson, retired Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon (former 2016 presidential candidate)
- Victor Davis Hanson, Professor Emeritus of Classics at California State University, Fresno
- Thomas Lindsay, former President of Shimer College
- Modesto Maidique, former President of Florida International University
- Paul Gottfried, former Professor of Humanities at Elizabethtown College
- Ralph Raico, former Professor of History at Buffalo State College
- Milton J. Rosenberg, Professor Emeritus of Psychology at the University of Chicago
- Fred Singer, Professor Emeritus of environmental science at the University of Virginia
- Bradley C.S. Watson, Professor of Politics at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania
- Robert Weissberg, Professor Emeritus of political science at the University of Illinois
- Juanita Broaddrick, former nursing home administrator, accused Bill Clinton of rape
- Gennifer Flowers, former actress and author, had a sexual encounter with Bill Clinton
- Paula Jones, former Arkansas state employee, accused Bill Clinton of sexual harassment
- Malik Obama, half-brother of Barack Obama
- Kathy Shelton, sexual assault survivor, Hillary Clinton was assigned as defense counsel for her rapist
- Jimmy Webb, enlisted Infantry Marine (2005–2010), son of former Democratic Senator and presidential candidate Jim Webb
- Kathleen Willey, former White House volunteer, accused Bill Clinton of sexual assault
Actors and comedians
Athletes and sports figures
Boxing, mixed martial arts and pro wrestling
Singers and musicians
Newspapers, magazines, and other media
- Breitbart News
- Israel Hayom, Israel's largest circulation newspaper.
- The Crusader, the official newspaper of the Ku Klux Klan (denounced by Trump's campaign)
- Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville, Florida
- New York Post, New York City 
- New York Observer, New York City
- Las Vegas Review-Journal, Las Vegas, Nevada
- Long Island Jewish World, Long Island, New York
- The National Enquirer
- Santa Barbara News-Press, Santa Barbara, California
- St. Joseph News-Press , St Joseph Missouri
- The Times-Gazette, Hillsboro, Ohio
- X-Squared Radio, Host: Brooks Agnew in Concord, North Carolina
State and local organizations
Log Cabin Republican
chapters that endorsed Donald Trump for the 2016 Untied States presidential election.
U.S. State Political parties
Minor Political parties
- Scott Adams, cartoonist, creator of Dilbert (retracted October 8, 2016; re-endorsed on October 25, 2016)
- Kirstie Alley, actress (retracted October 9, 2016, re-endorsed on November 8, 2016)
- Azealia Banks, singer (retracted October 8, 2016; re-endorsed on November 9, 2016)
- Aaron Carter, singer (retracted April 29, 2016)
- Etana, singer (retracted September 2016)
- Hugh Hewitt, radio host (said Trump should withdraw October 8, 2016)
- Jack Welch, former CEO of General Electric (retracted October 8, 2016)
Retracting Republican Party figures
- William Bennett, Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy (1989–90) (retracted October 8, 2016, re-endorsed October 30, 2016)
- Robert J. Bentley, 53rd Governor of Alabama (retracted October 8, 2016)
- Brian Calley, 63rd Lieutenant Governor of Michigan (retracted October 10, 2016)
- Jason Chaffetz, U.S. Representative for Utah's 3rd congressional district (retracted October 7, 2016 but announced on October 26, 2016 he will still vote for Trump)
- Mike Crapo, U.S. Senator from Idaho (retracted October 8, 2016 but announced on October 24, 2016 he will still vote for Trump)
- Rodney Davis, U.S. Representative for Illinois's 13th congressional district (retracted October 8, 2016)
- Dennis Daugaard, Governor of South Dakota (retracted October 8, 2016)
- Carly Fiorina, former CEO of Hewlett Packard, former 2016 candidate for president (retracted October 8, 2016)
- Jeff Fortenberry, U.S. Representative for Nebraska's 1st congressional district (retracted October 8, 2016)
- Cory Gardner, U.S. Senator for Colorado (retracted October 8, 2016)
- Scott Garrett, U.S. Representative for New Jersey's 5th congressional district. (retracted October 8, 2016)
- Darryl Glenn, County Commissioner in El Paso County, Colorado (retracted October 8, 2016)
- Cresent Hardy, U.S. Representative for Nevada's 4th congressional district (retracted October 8, 2016)
- Joe Heck, U.S. Representative for Nevada's 3rd congressional district (retracted October 8, 2016)
- Gary Herbert, 17th Governor of Utah (retracted October 7, 2016)
- Jon Huntsman Jr., 16th Governor of Utah (2005–09) (retracted October 7, 2016)
- Mark Kirk, U.S. Senator for Illinois (retracted June 7, 2016)
- Frank LoBiondo, U.S. Representative for New Jersey's 2nd congressional district (retracted October 8, 2016)
- John McCain, U.S. Senator for Arizona (retracted October 8, 2016)
- Erik Paulsen, U.S. Representative for Minnesota's 3rd congressional district (retracted October 8, 2016)
- Tim Pawlenty, 39th Governor of Minnesota (2003–11) (retracted October 8, 2016)
- Rob Portman, U.S. Senator for Ohio (retracted October 8, 2016)
- Michael Reagan, son of the 40th President Ronald Reagan (retracted October 2, 2016)
- Martha Roby, U.S. Representative for Alabama's 2nd congressional district (retracted October 8, 2016)
- Tom Rooney, U.S. Representative for Florida's 16th congressional district (retracted October 8, 2016)
- Brian Sandoval, Governor of Nevada (retracted June 7, 2016)
- Mike Simpson, U.S. Representative for Idaho's 2nd congressional district (retracted October 8, 2016)
- Ben Stein, actor and political commentator; speechwriter for Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford (retracted October 9, 2016)
- Chris Stewart, U.S. Representative for Utah's 2nd congressional district. (retracted October 8, 2016; said he would vote for Trump on October 27, 2016)
- Dan Sullivan, U.S. Senator from Alaska (retracted October 8, 2016)
- David Valadao, U.S. Representative for California's 21st congressional district (retracted June 22, 2016)
- Ann Wagner, U.S. Representative for Missouri's 2nd congressional district (retracted October 8, 2016)
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||New Balance, Owner & Chairperson
||Hobby Lobby, CEO
||ABC Supply, CEO
||Kushner Properties, Owner
|Peter Thiel 
Facebook, Board Member
Trump Administration, Tech Adviser
|Richard Yuengling Jr.
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