Republican Groups Against Trump Warn Christians That ‘Trump is Using Us’ in Million-Dollar TV Ads

President Donald Trump holds a Bible while visiting St. John’s Church across from the White House in Washington, D.C. after the area was cleared of people protesting the death of George Floyd June 1, 2020. | White House

Never Trump Republican groups are spending millions this year in a bid to sway conservative and faith-based voters in battleground states away from voting for Donald Trump in November, with one group running commercial advertisements telling Christians that Trump is “using” them. 

Republican Voters Against Trump, a political initiative affiliated with anti-Trump conservatives like Bill Kristol and former Jeb Bush aid Tim Miller, is running digital and television advertisements featuring testimonials from Republican voters about why they cannot bring themselves to vote for Trump in the upcoming election.