For four years, Republican politicians have fallen in lockstep with Trump, and emerging politicians have succeeded with Trump-esque tactics and sycophantism. And in the 2020 election, it worked. The GOP lost the presidency, but found surprising success down ballot. Now, as the president’s efforts to overturn the election results force a schism in the party, asking members to choose sides, we look at the future of the GOP and of Trumpism. What does it mean to be a Republican in 2021, and how will the party deal with the partisan rancor it has stirred up?