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Paul Ryan: I Voted For Stupid

Speaker Ryan refused to say Trump's name, called him "the nominee" after admitting he voted the entire Republican ticket.
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It's official, Speaker Paul Ryan told Fox and Friends that he voted for Donald Trump.

Of course, he refused to mention the Republican presidential candidate by name, which speaks volumes.

Co-host Steve Doocy asked, "You've had some ups and downs with Trump. We're one week out, where do you stand on voting for Donald Trump and endorsing Donald Trump."

The idea that a Conservative host of a conservative talk show has to ask the Republican Speaker of the House if he's going to vote for the Republican nominee is mind boggling in of itself.

Speaker Ryan replied, "I stand where I stood all fall and all summer. In fact, I already voted here in Janesville for our nominee last week in early voting."

He continued, "I'm supporting our entire Republican ticket. I have been all along. My focus personally right now is saving our House majority."

Rep. Ryan went on to blast Bill Clinton's presidency in the 1990's because Republican operatives, with the help of the media, spent every waking moment concocting insane scandals around his head.

Doocy was overjoyed with this news and was bubbling over with enthusiasm, as he put words into Speaker Ryan's mouth.

He said, "You voted for Donald Trump and you're encouraging anybody who will listen - to vote for Donald Trump!"

Ryan said again, "I am supporting our entire Republican ticket. I have been all along. My focus personally right now is saving our House majority."

Throughout, Steve Doocy kept repeating Trump's name over and over again since Speaker Ryan refrained from uttering those two words.


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