Top Republican officials tell Axios that if the party is going to survive, it needs to copy Donald Trump’s fixation on blue-collar voters in 2016 and working-class and minority voters in 2020 — and ditch, or at least downplay, allegiance to big business.

So instead of Republican leaders talking about reforming Medicare or Social Security, you’ll hear them talking about protecting entitlements.

Instead of corporate tax cuts, job “stability” will be a campaign theme for House Republicans as they try to win the majority in next year’s midterms.

What’s happening: Numerous corporations are cutting off money to a big chunk of Republicans who refused to certify the Joe Biden victory.