It's been a tumultuous few days for Donald Trump's presidential campaign, to say the least. The Republican nominee spent the weekend alternately defending and apologizing for lewd comments he made about women in a 2005 video that surfaced Friday.
On Monday, House Speaker Paul Ryan said he will no longer defend Trump and will instead focus on down-ballot congressional races. Trump fired back at Ryan and other congressional Republicans in a Tweet storm that continued Tuesday morning.
Our very weak and ineffective leader, Paul Ryan, had a bad conference call where his members went wild at his disloyalty.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 11, 2016
Disloyal R's are far more difficult than Crooked Hillary. They come at you from all sides. They don’t know how to win - I will teach them!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 11, 2016
While two California Republicans in high-profile congressional races jumped off the Trump train in the wake of the video release, a KQED News survey of GOP lawmakers in the state finds that many Republicans remain on board with their party's nominee. Others have never endorsed Trump and surely will not now.
We will continue to update this list as we receive responses.
CA-01 Rep. Doug LaMalfa supports Trump. On Sunday, he told KHSL that Trump's comments in the video were "unacceptable braggadocio language for any man to be using."
CA-04 Rep. Tom McClintock supports Trump. On Monday, he said in a statement that he "cannot understand why so many hand-wringing Republican leaders can’t bear to stand up."
CA-07 Sacramento Sheriff Scott Jones (running against incumbent Democrat Ami Bera) announced Saturday that he is dropping his support of Trump.
CA-08 Rep. Paul Cook supports Trump.
CA-10 Rep. Jeff Denham told the Modesto Bee that he was "deeply disappointed to hear about Donald Trump’s language toward women," but did not drop his previous support for the candidate.
CA-21 Rep. David Valadao has opposed Trump's candidacy and continued his disapproval following Friday's revelations.
I have repeatedly stated I cannot support Trump & this type of disgusting behavior is exactly why...(1/3)
— David G. Valadao (@dgvaladao) October 8, 2016
CA-22 Rep. Devin Nunes supports Trump, but did not comment to CBS Fresno after the video release.
CA-23 Rep. Kevin McCarthy supports Trump. He said following the release of the video that Trump needs to make a "full and unqualified apology."
CA-24 Justin Fareed is running for an open congressional seat in Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties. He hasn't supported Trump and tweeted his disapproval of the candidate's comments on Friday.
Trump’s comments, regardless of when they were said, are disgusting & inexcusable. Women should be treated w/ the highest regard & respect.
— Fareed for Congress (@JustinFareed) October 8, 2016
CA-25 Rep. Steve Knight is not supporting Trump. In a statement on Saturday, the vulnerable incumbent said: "After hearing Donald Trump's inexcusable comments last night I was deeply disturbed."
CA-39 Rep. Ed Royce told the Orange County Register in May that he is supporting Trump.
CA-42 Rep. Ken Calvert supports Trump. In a statement Monday, Calvert said "the comments from the 2005 recording were offensive, demeaning to women and beyond the pale."
CA-45 Rep. Mimi Walters supports Trump. Walters called his comments "offensive" in a statement released Saturday.
CA-48 Rep. Dana Rohrabacher supports Trump. Rohrabacher told the Orange County Register that "Republicans who are backing away are gutless."
CA-49 Rep. Darrell Issa supports Trump. Issa tweeted his disapproval of Trump's comments Friday evening.
This type of behavior has no place in American politics, especially not from those seeking to lead our great nation https://t.co/X0B3fQHII6
— Darrell E. Issa (@TeamIssa) October 8, 2016
CA-50 Rep. Duncan Hunter supports Trump.
AD-01 Asm. Brian Dahle has not yet responded.
AD-06 Kevin Kiley, a former deputy Attorney General running to replace termed-out Asm. Beth Gaines has not yet responded.
AD-12 Heath Flora and Ken Vogel, Republicans running to replace termed-out Asm. Kristin Olsen have not yet responded.
AD-16 Asm. Catharine Baker does not support Trump. In a statement on Saturday, she said, "The most recent revelations of his taped statements about women re-affirm my stance not to vote for Trump."
AD-23 Asm. Jim Patterson has not yet responded.
AD-33 Asm. Jay Obernolte has not yet responded, but served as a Trump delegate at this year's Republican National Convention.
AD-35 Jordan Cunningham, a Republican running to replace termed-out Asm. Katcho Achadjian has not yet responded. Cunningham did tweet a denouncement of Trump's comments on Saturday.
The way Trump objectifies women is unacceptable. This isn't just locker room talk. We have two incredibly flawed candidates on the ticket.
— Jordan Cunningham (@Cunning_Jordan) October 8, 2016
AD-36 Asm. Tom Lackey has not yet responded.
AD-38 Dante Acosta, a Republican councilmember in Santa Clarita running to replace Scott Wilk has not yet responded.
AD-40 Asm. Marc Steinorth is not supporting Trump. In a statement, he said "I am not endorsing or supporting Donald Trump for president. I am concerned about the direction of CA and wholly focused on my own race. It is disingenuous for Sacramento politicians to use a broad brush and paint all Republicans as the same person. We are all individuals entitled to stand on our own merits. " He also tweeted in response to the comments Trump made on the 2005 video.
As a husband and father, the comments by Donald Trump are disgusting. He should be ashamed. https://t.co/xQDhp2pcsD
— Asm. Marc Steinorth (@MarcSteinorth) October 8, 2016
AD-55 Asm. Ling Ling Chang is not supporting Trump.
AD-60 Asm. Eric Linder has not yet responded.
AD-65 Asm. Young Kim has not supported or denounced Trump's candidacy. In August, her spokesman told the Orange County Register that "she is not involving herself in the presidential campaign, so will have no comment."
AD-66 Asm. David Hadley is not supporting Trump.
AD-67 Asm. Melissa Melendez supports Trump. She said in a statement: "Donald Trump has my vote. Hillary's actions speak louder than Trump's words."
AD-68 Steve Choi, running to replace termed-out Assemblyman Donald Wagner, says he supports Trump and that the candidate's apology for his comments in the video was sincere.
AD-72 Asm. Travis Allen has not yet responded, but previously stated that he supports Trump.
AD-74 Asm. Matthew Harper has not yet responded, but previously tweeted about his support for Trump.
Republicans need to unify behind Donald Trump to defeat Hillary Clinton.John Kasich should drop out and get out of the way. @realDonaldTrump
— Matthew Harper (@AsmHarper) May 4, 2016
AD-76 Asm. Rocky Chavez is not supporting Trump.
SD-01 Sen. Ted Gaines has not yet responded.
SD-04 Sen. Jim Nielsen has not yet responded.
SD-08 Sen. Tom Berryhill has not yet responded. Berryhill previously told Clarke Broadcasting that he is "backing Donald Trump for sure."
SD-12 Sen. Anthony Cannella is not supporting Trump.
SD-14 Sen. Andy Vidak has not yet responded.
SD-23 Sen. Mike Morrell has not yet responded, but previously told the San Bernardino Sun that he supports Trump.
SD-28 Sen. Jeff Stone has not yet responded, but previously told the Press-Enterprise that he will vote for Trump.
SD-29 Sen. Bob Huff has not yet responded.
SD-34 Sen. Janet Nguyen has not yet responded.
SD-36 Sen. Pat Bates has not yet responded.
SD-37 Sen. John Moorlach has not yet responded.
SD-39 Sen. Joel Anderson has not yet responded, but served as a Trump delegate at this year's Republican National Convention.