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Paul Ryan

Paul Ryan Denies He’s Leaving Congress

Both Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders claimed Thursday that widespread rumors that Ryan will leave Congress after his current term ends are false.


Paul Nehlen Calls for Ryan to Resign Speakership

Paul Nehlen, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan’s 2016 primary opponent, issued a statement Friday calling for his rival to step down as head of the House of Representatives.


Speaker Ryan Gets Staged Horseback Border Tour From Officials

House Speaker Paul Ryan paid a visit to the Texas/Mexico Border where he was taken for a ride by a horse he could not control. Border Patrol agents quickly corralled the horse that attempted to run off with Speaker Ryan and led him back to the group.

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Donald Trump Objects to Paul Ryan’s Border Adjustment Tax

The Wall Street Journal recently reported President-elect Donald Trump stating that he may oppose the border adjustment tax provisions of the House Republicans’ corporate tax reform as “too complicated.”


Paul Nehlen Challenges Paul Ryan: ‘Dangerous’ To Deny ‘the Will of Voters’

Republican Paul Nehlen, who is challenging Speaker of the House Paul Ryan in Wisconsin’s First Congressional District primary, joined Breitbart News Sunday on SiriusXM, telling Breitbart News’ Washington political editor Matthew Boyle that it’s “shocking” Ryan hasn’t endorsed the presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump.

ABC News

Democrats Praise Ryan: ‘Sounded An Awful Lot Like A Democrat Speaking’

Speaker of the House Paul Ryan’s debut speech was very well-received by Democrats, which will not do much to assuage conservative critics.
“It sounded an awful lot like a Democrat speaking,” proclaimed Democratic Caucus vice-chairman Joseph Crowley (D-NY). “I think he’s a good person and a decent guy.”


PBS Documentary: House Freedom Caucus Founder Was Key to Paul Ryan, Luis Gutierrez Open Borders Effort

A new PBS documentary has exposed the motivating factors behind House Freedom Caucus members’ decision to propel donor-class favorite Paul Ryan into the most powerful position in Congress. As Speaker of the House, Ryan will have unilateral control over many aspects of the congressional agenda, including passage of Obamatrade in the lame duck session and amnesty legislation in 2017.