What is a RINO?

The term “RINO” is often used by more conservative members of the Republican Party to criticize those who they believe are not true Republicans because they do not fully support the party’s agenda or because they take more moderate or centrist positions on certain issues. The term can also be used to criticize Republicans who are perceived to be too willing to compromise with Democrats or who are seen as being insufficiently supportive of the party’s leadership. Some people also use the term “RINO” to describe Republicans who are seen as being too liberal.

The use of the term can also be a way for some to try to exert pressure on their party members to align with their ideology or for some to exclude or marginalize members of their own party who does not align with their ideology. It’s important to note that the term RINO is not officially recognized and the use of it can be divisive.

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