Senate Republicans are deeply concerned that Donald Trump will cost them their majority, despite private assurances from leaders that voters opposed to the presumptive GOP presidential nominee will split their ballots. A Washington Post-ABC News poll published last week shows Trump’s unfavorable rating has hit new a high, with 7 out of 10 respondents nationwide viewing him negatively. One Republican senator facing a competitive re-election said he and his colleagues are “very concerned.”“There’s deep, deep concern,” he added. Republicans have to defend 24 seats while Democrats only have to protect 10. Six of the vulnerable GOP seats are in states that President Obama won in 2008 and 2012. Almost every day, Republican senators see new evidence of Trump’s lack of mainstream appeal. Major companies such as Wells Fargo and UPS, which sponsored the 2012 Republican convention in Tampa, are skipping this summer’s event in Cleveland. “There’s a lot of anxiety out there,” said a second Senate Republican. “People are trying to figure out what’s going on in the political climate, what it means to us, to me. There’s anxiety.” Yet there’s a growing sense of resignation that not much can be done to change their presumptive nominee. Look at that America the traitors who were exposed in the last year, seem to be running scared that America seems to be done with the GOP. Most of the GOP is supported by the big banks, voted against Rand's Audit the Fed bill, and stood behind Ted Cruz when he took away voting rights in about three state primaries. Why are you questioning the effect of an American First identity, does that mean the whole of the GOP is anti American and more worried about their lobbyist in DC than We The People. It's starting to look that way, and America has awaken to the un- American GOP establishment.