Brooklyn assemblyman Dov Hikind won't vote for either candidate and plans to write-in House Speaker Paul Ryan for president.
"I didn't like it," Rove said.
"Clinton can no more be the candidate for change than I can be the spokesman for Weight Watchers," Barbour said.
Bannon said he would go back to hosting Breitbart's radio show after the election.
"I think this was probably not the right thing for Comey to do — the protocol here — to come out this close to an election, but this whole case has been mishandled and now it is what it is," the House Freedom Caucus chair said.
"There's a kind of revolution going on inside the FBI," Rudy Giuliani said over the FBI's investigation of Hillary Clinton's private email server.
Dick's Sporting Goods CEO Edward Stack, whose sister is running for Congress as a Democrat, donated $300,000 to a super PAC supporting House Democrats.
"What we may end up with is a very shallow knowledge base influencing a lot of the people," Sam Clovis said.
"This is no longer a choice for me on personalities because I'm not a fan of either one. What it is about is policy," Gov. Haley said.
Sen. Mike Lee has been one of Trump's sharpest critics. "But we'd love to have his support. We'd love to have his vote," spokesman Jason Miller answered. "I think even Sen. Lee — when he goes into vote — will realize if Hillary Clinton becomes president it will literally set back the Supreme Court a generation."
Donald Trump "can and will win Pennsylvania," former Sen. Rick Santorum said.
"I think there a lot of things that are in motion that are favorable to Donald Trump. I wouldn’t say that it’s over," Rendell said Tuesday.
"I don't think there's any campaign in existence that would want all of its internal fulminations and discussions" revealed, Axelrod told conservative radio host Laura Ingraham.
Secure America Now, a conservative advocacy group, unveiled a parody site of Hillary Clinton's email inbox backed by a six-figure online ad buy.
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He added, however, that he agreed with Trump that he agreed things are rigged in Clinton's favor. "You've got the inside Beltway people and the media, how you going to win?"
"If he can focus on the issue sets, on showing the real contrast with her on the big issues of the day...then he wins."
Trump campaign CEO Steve Bannon blasted Republicans for complaining about unfair media coverage in 2012.
"Nobody cares about Hillary Clinton," Trump told radio host Michael Savage.