paul ryan 2016

Last Thursday morning, a huge crowd of reporters breathlessly covered presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump's meeting with House Speaker Paul Ryan. But the real action took place the day before the meeting -- and the person who "caved" wasn't Ryan, but Trump.
Romney shared his thoughts on Ryan in a Tuesday Facebook post: Former Massachusetts governor and 2012 presidential candidate
In September, Ryan said he would not attempt a presidential run if Romney were to try again. This post has been updated with
WASHINGTON -- Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) on Thursday unveiled a new, highly anticipated proposal to fight poverty.
"The core idea of the Ryan proposal is not a new idea at all: it’s nothing more than a block grant gussied up with some bells
Weiner responded to Ryan's comments on Thursday, telling Business Insider that the confusion is "the final insult." "How
The Ryan plan is not a conservative budget in the true sense of the term. If it were it would cut government spending across the board, not give a free ride to wasteful Pentagon spending while letting other programs bear the full burden of spending reductions.
It's easy to attack and demagogue those who don't have a voice. It's easy to blame others when you fail to provide true leadership. And it's easy to reinforce stereotypes and misconceptions to win elections, or to win over your party's base. That is precisely what Paul Ryan did last week.
The New Jersey governor led the former Secretary of State in the poll 45-40 percent. When Quinnipiac last polled Iowa voters
But Graham said the proposal from Ryan, who was Mitt Romney's running mate in 2012, is actually a good move if he's eyeing
"All good guys, but ... it’s got to be somebody who’s viewed as being exceptionally removed from Washington," he responded
In events Saturday evening in two important early voting states, Gov. Martin O'Malley, D-Md., was trying to highlight that
"He's got three options," the Ryan ally said. "If he does nothing, he probably becomes Ways and Means [Committee] chairman
Early polling has consistently found Hillary Clinton with a commanding lead in the 2016 Democratic primaries. Two surveys
Rasmussen used automated phone calls to survey 1,000 likely voters between March 14 and 15. Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) is viewed
The Quinnipiac poll, which surveyed 1,944 registered voters between Feb. 27 and March 4, didn't test primary election matchups
Ryan said he believes sequestration, a series of steep cuts to federal spending, "will happen," and blamed congressional
There would seem to be no one in the upper echelon of Republican circles who is strong and influential enough to dissuade a flawed wannabe. It appears unlikely, then, that anyone will tell Paul Ryan to cancel his dreams.