A new research details the growth of what is being called the "Trump wing" of the House of Representatives.
How it might potentially shift the dynamic of the legislative body, even while primary midterm elections are still continuing.
The Hill's Emily Brooks and Mike Lillis have brought attention to the challenge incumbent Republicans face from challengers.
As Brooks and Lillis put it, "a number of Trump followers have shoved off more moderate Republicans in the June primary.
A list that became longer on Tuesday with conservative triumphs in Florida and New York."
They went on to say that this "combination foreshadows a power shift in the House GOP that has the potential to frustrate any bipartisan settlement .