The GOP is in a quandary about its future.
It is the party of Lincoln, Reagan and Bush but also the party in disarray.
On one hand, the party has grown into a national political force, the most popular in the country, winning elections for presidents and governors.
On the other hand, Republicans are now losing control of the Senate and House in the midterms.
The party’s leaders have lost their ability to work together and it is time for a change.
The stakes are high.
The next two months will decide whether the GOP will have the momentum to save itself and the country from a Trump presidency.