Trump: Ryan’s ‘Weak’ On Immigration, But ‘If He’s a Unifying Force’ GOP Has to Unite

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump stated that while he has disagreements with Representative Paul Ryan (R-WI), “if he’s a unifying force, whatever it’s going to take, because they have to unite, the Republicans have to unite as a party” on Wednesday’s broadcast of ABC’s “Good Morning America.”

Trump said of Ryan, “Well, I like him very much as a person. I don’t like his — you know, the issues you mentioned, [immigration and entitlements] and certainly he has been weak on immigration, and I’m very strong on immigration. Had we had strong immigration, you know, my policies, you may not have had the World Trade Center coming down, and the attack. Those people, some of them were here illegally, they were here under very weak visas and so, you know, I feel very, very strongly about immigration, and we have to be strong on illegal immigration. He is not there. With that being said, if he’s a unifying force, whatever it’s going to take, because they have to unite, the Republicans have to unite as a party.”

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