Paul Ryan sides with Obama and stands firm on his stance against Donald Trump regarding temporary ban on immigration from countries where terrorism originates. Ryan practically mimics the words from the speech given by Obama by saying Trumps ban is inconsistent with U.S. interests and inconsistent with the principles of Republicans.
“This is a war with radical Islam. It is not a war with Islam,” he said at a news conference when asked about Trump’s address Monday on the Orlando, Fla., massacre.
“Muslims are our partners. The vast, vast majority of Muslims in this country and around the world are moderate. They’re peaceful. They’re tolerant. So they’re among our best allies, among our best resources in this fight.”
The speaker’s comments highlighting the daylight between him and Trump on policy came just after House Republicans were told their presumptive presidential nominee would address them next month.
Republicans are back to wanting to stop Trump from being our nominee. Time to remind Paul Ryan primaries are around the corner….