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Monday, October 10, 2016

Paul Ryan not a Donald cheerleader

GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump will not have Paul Ryan in his corner anymore in his bid for the presidency and the House Speaker suggested that he's expecting Hillary Clinton to be the next president.

The news comes after a 2005 audio tape was released revealing Trump talks like a lot of guys when women aren't around and they need something to brag about, bragging that he is able to grab and kiss women because he's a "star."

The Donald sort of apologized for these comments (probably not enough as I see it) and he had a reasonably good debate performance Sunday against Clinton. In spite of this, Ryan said that he will not campaign for Trump and according to anonymous sources, Ryan, along with other GOP leaders told others to "do what's best for you in your district."

This suggests Ryan's belief that Donald is toast and they need to abandon ship

If somehow Trump actually wins the election (which I doubt) Ryan will be in big trouble, as will be Hillary Clinton, who Trump says he'll prosecute if he wins.

Trump says that he will also build a wall at our border and Mexico will pay for it; use "extreme vetting" for Muslim immigrants; get rid of the national debt while in office; create millions of jobs; go after Aleppo's terrorists in Iraq; protect social security; establish justice; insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessing of liberty to ourselves and our posterity.

Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Calif.) called Republican leaders "cowards," and wanted to use the "p"- word Trump used on the audio tape, but thought better of it. 

Trump spokesman Jason Miller tweeted:

Re: today's Congressional call:

Nothing's changed. Mr. Trump’s campaign has always been powered by a grassroots movement, not Washington.

Trump is not a Republican but he's the best choice of the two choices for Republicans.