The GOP is facing a backlash after it pulled out of the Paris climate agreement in the face of opposition from conservatives.

The move sparked a backlash on social media, with conservatives questioning whether the party had ever taken on a serious position on climate change and the economy.

Here’s what the GOP needs to do in the coming weeks to stay relevant and gain momentum in a time when the political climate is changing.

1.

Build a strong, unified campaign to counter the left.

The GOP needs a stronger campaign to defeat President Donald Trump and the GOP is struggling to find that.

The party’s efforts have struggled to connect with voters, especially millennials.

But the party needs to get out the vote, particularly with young people.

In the last presidential cycle, the GOP ran an ad that depicted the president as a misogynist, a racist, and a xenophobe.

The ads did well, and in the 2016 elections, the party did well with college-educated voters, according to the Pew Research Center.

However, that’s no longer the case.

The number of college-aged voters in the electorate is down from around 33 percent in 2012, Pew found.

The Trump presidency is hurting young voters in particular.

Young voters are less likely to vote than any other age group in the country.

And they’re also less likely than older voters to vote in midterm elections.

So, even if they’re not going to vote, they’re more likely to make their voices heard in the 2018 midterm elections than they were in 2016.

The problem is that the party is lagging far behind the president’s message and agenda.

The first few weeks of Trump’s presidency have been characterized by a lack of urgency on many fronts, including the economy and climate change.

It’s not surprising that Trump’s approval rating is still in the low single digits.

The Republican Party needs to keep working to make inroads with voters that the president needs to win the 2018 midterms.

2.

Get out in front of the political landscape and build a unified national campaign.

The Republicans have been losing ground in key races across the country, but they’re on track to win in 2018, according the New York Times.

The 2018 midterm elections will be the first in the party’s history to have a majority of seats that will go to Democrats.

That means the party will have to find a way to turn out more of its supporters to get the necessary seats.

The Democratic Party is also under pressure.

The Democrats lost control of the House of Representatives in 2020 after winning fewer than 50 seats in the House, which is the equivalent of only 30 seats in today’s House.

Democrats were also forced to make some tough choices in 2020: They lost the governorship of Michigan to Republicans, and they lost their two seats in Virginia to Republicans.

The midterm elections will give the party a clear path to regain the House and Senate.

3.

Keep working to attract women.

While the 2018 elections will provide the GOP with a clear opportunity to recapture control of Congress, it won’t be easy.

Republicans have only held the majority of governorships in the U.S. since 1992.

They’ve also only held power in the states for five consecutive years.

The 2020 midterms will give Republicans an opportunity to build a majority in Congress and put women in the majority in state legislatures.

Democrats are also running in strong races for Senate seats in states such as Texas and North Carolina.

That could help the party maintain a strong national campaign, as the party also could build a strong coalition of women voters in key battleground states.

4.

Be inclusive.

The next president is expected to make important decisions about climate change, trade, and immigration that will affect millions of Americans.

But for the GOP, the next president will also be making important decisions that affect women and minority communities.

That’s where the GOP must be at.

In 2018, the House passed the Trumpcare repeal bill and the Senate has been considering the Republicans’ healthcare bill.

Those are two of the most important decisions the party must make.

The bill includes a requirement that insurers provide birth control coverage to women, and it requires states to allow for a government-run insurance marketplace for women.

The House has also passed a healthcare bill that would expand Medicaid eligibility for people with pre-existing conditions.

It would also allow states to require employers to provide insurance to workers who don’t want to be covered by their job.

These bills will likely pass the Senate and are expected to be signed into law by President Donald Trumps.

Republicans need to be inclusive of all Americans and get out in the middle of the fight for a country where everyone has a voice.

5.

Stop alienating conservative voters with an unpopular healthcare bill or a border wall.

The American Health Care Act, or AHCA, passed by the House in late March and the White House is expected soon to release a healthcare package.

The Senate passed the American Health and Human Services Act in late May.

The AHCA would eliminate the Affordable Care Act’s expansion of Medicaid and provide subsidies