Here's How Angry Republicans Are Reacting to Trump's Likely Nomination

Donald Trump is the presumptive Republican presidential nominee after Ted Cruz dropped out of the race and sources say John Kasich will do the same.

Many Americans, Republicans included, are upset by Trump's victory. What does it say about our country that someone who has insulted more than one minority, incited violence, proposed absurd platforms, and talked about the size of his d*ck during a debate is the GOP candidate for president? The world is watching, and it's horrified.

In response to Trump's nomination, concerned Republicans are actually burning their voter registration cards and posting it to Twitter. Some are also indicating that they have left the Republican party. Republicans are obviously not pleased with the party's direction, but the question remains: will these folks cast a vote for Hillary Clinton instead?

— Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) May 4, 2016

I will not be a member of a party that supports sexism, racism, & hate. @js_jennings @Reince #GoodbyeGOP #NeverTrump

— Cassy Fiano Chesser (@casachess) May 4, 2016

@lachlan Adios @Reince

— Therese of Arc (@js_jennings) May 4, 2016

Others are announcing their departure from the Republican party.

I have officially de-registered as a Republican.

— Philip Klein (@philipaklein) May 4, 2016

Happening now. Bu-bye Republican Party. @Reince @PRyan @newtgingrich #NeverTrump

— CallingWest (@Calling_West) May 4, 2016

@GayPatriot same here. Peace out @gop!

— Tyler August (@t_aug) May 4, 2016

@MattWalshBlog Forever #NeverTrump. I just unregistered from @GOP. I was member for 25 yrs, since day I could vote.

— Dennis Jordan (@DennisMJordan) May 4, 2016

.@Reince Yeah, you really don't get #nevertrump #ByeGOP

— #nevertrump (@thesappy1) May 4, 2016