Just the day before the election, Paul Ryan was saying that the GOP is NOT Donald Trump’s party. Although Donald Trump won the nomination “fair and square,” the GOP is not his party, Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) said Monday on a local radio show.
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Then Donald Trump won the election and Paul Ryan had changed his tune:
“What Donald Trump just pulled off is an enormous political feat. It’s an enormous feat in that he heard those voices that were out there that other people weren’t hearing. And he just earned a mandate. And we now just have a unified Republican government,” Ryan told reporters on Wednesday. “If you listened to us in the closing days of this campaign, whether it was crisscrossing America or crisscrossing Wisconsin, we were making an appeal to our fellow citizens and to all Republicans to come home to unify.”
So now that Paul Ryan is supporting Trump, will that last and can he be trusted?