Paul Ryan

The former speaker of the House actually made some sense during an interview. I know; I'm shocked, too.
The former House speaker is backing South Carolina GOP Rep. Tom Rice, whom he applauded for having the courage to vote for impeachment.
Building an "entertainment brand" in Congress is bad for bipartisanship and forging policy, said Ryan. It "divides us."
House Speaker Paul Ryan declined the opportunity to endorse Donald Trump after meeting the GOP's presumptive presidential nominee, saying it takes time for the party to heal.
Trump raged at Ryan and told him "these people love me," according to Bob Woodward and Robert Costa's new book "Peril."
As Republicans in Wisconsin pursue an unneeded audit, the former House speaker stated plainly that Donald Trump legitimately lost.
The ex-president claimed the former House speaker is "a curse to the Republican Party."
Republicans "will not be impressed by the sight of yes-men and flatterers flocking to Mar-a-Lago," said the former House speaker, who sits on the Fox board.
The former House Speaker proclaimed Joe Biden's 2020 win "entirely legitimate,” adding, "The results were decisively confirmed."