Speaker Paul Ryan Enlightens Us As To What He Hears About the President on Capitial Hill [Video]


So Paul Ryan, you know.. The House Speaker appeared with Sean Hannity and openly stated that he has no disagreements with President Trump and further says that they have a “great” relationship.

Hannity asks Ryan, “What is your relationship with him?

“It’s very good. The opposite. We have a great relationship.”

Hannity asks, “Are you happy with his presidency?

“I’m very happy. You don’t have that [bashing Trump] in the House of Representatives. You don’t hear that kind of talk from the House of Representatives,” Ryan answered.

Check out the full interview here:

Just recently, Ryan stated, in regards to DACA, that Democrats have overstepped their “suggestion” that a deal had already been made with Trump but did emphasize there was no agreement, only a discussion.

“I think the Democrats agree,” he said. “They know that getting operational control of our border is essential, they know that getting the proper kind of enforcement is essential, and they know that is necessary for us to be able to find a compromise.”

Earlier Thursday, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said the notion that she and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., believed they had a final deal with Trump was incorrect.

“As Leader Schumer and I said coming out of the meeting – it was interpreted by some that we had a deal on the bill, on the package,” she said. “But that wasn’t the case. We had an agreement to move forward, in our view, with the Dream Act as the basis for how we protect the Dreamers and for further discussions on what provisions relating to the border might be in the accompanying bill or whatever going forward.”

This goes a long way that at least, publicly, Ryan, for now, isn’t dissing Trump. What do you think of Paul Ryan’s interview above?

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