Any Republican Senator or Congressman who refuses to support their party’s nominee should resign ASAP. They were elected to represent the people, and if they can’t do that, they have no business holding the office and that includes Speaker Paul Ryan.
Ryan is supposed to be head of the GOP, and he’s acting like a 3-year-old child who needs a time out. Honestly, if you are going to support Hillary Clinton then say so publicly and stop beating around the bush.
If he’s not supporting the GOP nominee who is he supporting? This will bite him hard because he has not only turned his back on his party but he’s forgotten who the hell he’s supposed to be representing. I, for one, will enjoy his downward spiral.
Paul Ryan’s job as speaker “may be under threat” from a pro-Donald Trump rebellion within the House of Representatives, CNN reported Wednesday.
At issue for the top Republican in the country is a Monday conference call with House membership during which Ryan said he would no longer defend Trump or campaign for him, instead focusing on congressional races to ensure a GOP majority.
Ryan’s “position to abandon the GOP nominee has angered other Republicans who have expressed their concerns with Ryan’s position on a private conversation call earlier this week,” CNN’s Manu Raju reported. “Why are these few votes important? Because if the House majority does stay Republican, Ryan needs 218 votes to stay on the House floor. He can only afford a handful of defections.”
One lawmaker and member of the Freedom Caucus, Rep. Jim Bridenstine of Oklahoma, took to Twitter earlier Wednesday to express his disappointment with Ryan’s lack of support for Trump.
At a Florida rally Wednesday, Trump slammed Ryan again for not saying “good going” after the second debate and suggested something nefarious was afoot with House leadership.
“There’s a whole deal going on there, you know,” Trump told the crowd in Ocala, Florida. “There’s a whole deal going on, we’ll figure it out. I always figure things out. But there’s a whole sinister deal going on.”
Raju reported that pro-Trump lawmakers in the House held a private conference call with Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway earlier this week to urge her to shift her candidate’s focus away from Ryan.
It’s about time they correct their stupid mistake for picking him to be the Speaker. That’s the consequence of voting blindly and ignorantly. They should take him down now and send him back to Wisconsin.
What do you think about Ryan’s choice to publicly walk away from the GOP nominee? Should he be outsted? Should be he removed as Speaker, which in all actuality is the leader of the party? Share your voices below and let me know what you think.
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