Paul Ryan No Longer Speaker? What He Just Found Out Has Him Sprinting Out The Capitol Door..

Throughout the past few months, we have been really disgusted with Paul Ryan and his disrespect for President Trump.

House Speaker Paul Ryan said he won’t defend or campaign with Donald Trump.

Ryan and Trump haven’t been the best of friends throughout the year. Ryan dragged his feet before endorsing Trump and has criticized him many times for his more controversial remarks.

While Trump slammed Ryan throughout the primary and threatened to back his own primary opponent at one point. But the speaker’s latest comments mark the first time he’s essentially abandoned his party’s nominee.

As Speaker of the White House, Paul Ryan was unable to work with his own House Republican members, and refused to work with the president on repealing Obamacare.

This should have been the easiest bill to pass in the House, as Americans are chomping at the bit for better healthcare. Instead, he gave us bad bill that didn’t make it to the floor for a vote. Now, we’re seeing the same issues when it comes to tax reform.

Ryan didn’t un-endorse Trump, but he essentially gave up the presidential race, saying his goal is “Making sure that Hillary Clinton does not get a blank check.”

According to Time:

“75% of Democrats disapprove of Ryan’s job performance. Less than half of Democrats — 49% — disapproved of Boehner’s, and 61% disapproved of Gingrich’s.”

Other than the opinion pieces on web sites and from Twitter users, there is no strong evidence suggesting that Ryan will be replaced as House Speaker any time soon.

Right now, it is unclear whether there will be enough support to develop a plan to remove him before he comes up for reelection.

Ryan does not appear likely to voluntarily leave his position.

What do you think about Ryan possibly being removed from his position as House Speaker? Have you read any of these opinion pieces? Do you think he should be replaced? Let us know in the comments section

Throughout the past few months, we have been really disgusted with Paul Ryan and his disrespect for President Trump.

House Speaker Paul Ryan said he won’t defend or campaign with Donald Trump.

Ryan and Trump haven’t been the best of friends throughout the year. Ryan dragged his feet before endorsing Trump and has criticized him many times for his more controversial remarks.

While Trump slammed Ryan throughout the primary and threatened to back his own primary opponent at one point. But the speaker’s latest comments mark the first time he’s essentially abandoned his party’s nominee.

As Speaker of the White House, Paul Ryan was unable to work with his own House Republican members, and refused to work with the president on repealing Obamacare.

This should have been the easiest bill to pass in the House, as Americans are chomping at the bit for better healthcare. Instead, he gave us bad bill that didn’t make it to the floor for a vote. Now, we’re seeing the same issues when it comes to tax reform.

Ryan didn’t un-endorse Trump, but he essentially gave up the presidential race, saying his goal is “Making sure that Hillary Clinton does not get a blank check.”

According to Time:

“75% of Democrats disapprove of Ryan’s job performance. Less than half of Democrats — 49% — disapproved of Boehner’s, and 61% disapproved of Gingrich’s.”

Other than the opinion pieces on web sites and from Twitter users, there is no strong evidence suggesting that Ryan will be replaced as House Speaker any time soon.

Right now, it is unclear whether there will be enough support to develop a plan to remove him before he comes up for reelection.

Ryan does not appear likely to voluntarily leave his position.

What do you think about Ryan possibly being removed from his position as House Speaker? Have you read any of these opinion pieces? Do you think he should be replaced? Let us know in the comments section.

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