A Wisconsin rabbi asked Ryan on CNN to support a Congressional motion to censure Trump, but Ryan replied that he didn’t want a “partisan food fight.”
The most piercing comment yet on the Trump-Charlottesville crisis came from top GOP strategist Steve Schmidt in an MSNBC panel discussion. Here it is.
WASHINGTON (JTA) – It makes more sense to rigorously enforce the Iran nuclear deal than to dismantle it, said Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, signaling diminishing support for pulling the United States out of the deal. Ryan, speaking on “Meet the Press” in an interview to be broadcast…
The designer of the recent “Paul Ryan Speaker” logo was either blind to or ignorant of the logo’s similarity to the Grosse Deutschland symbol, and his boss should know better.
House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan on Tuesday slammed as “ridiculous” Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s social media post depicting Democratic rival Hillary Clinton against a backdrop of cash and a Star of David, and said anti-semitic images have “no place in a presidential campaign.”
Former U.S. vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin vowed on Sunday to help unseat Paul Ryan, the top Republican in the House of Representatives, because of the his refusal to endorse presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump.
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House Speaker John Boehner is reported to have told fellow Republicans that he won’t allow the federal government to default. He said he will see to it that the debt ceiling is raised, even if it means passing a bill with the support of Democrats and a minority of Republicans. Here’s what Boehner’s spokesman Michael Steel told the Washington Post:
His speech was clear, concise, gave the right nod to his team and to his choice of Ryan. Wished Obama well, said he wanted the job but the American people chose somebody else. That sends a very clear message to his party: the American people have chosen Obama for the next four years. Work with him. And his crowd did not boo or groan, which is also good and right. Let’s hope their party colleagues in Congress get the message.
In the land of his ancestors, Paul Ryan’s Irish charm is failing him.