Trump Responds To Paul Ryan’s Insults, Calls Him “A Curse To The Republican Party”

Former President Donald Trump fired back at the hapless ‘lame duck Speaker Paul Ryan after Ryan went after Trump at a speech at the Reagan library. Trump started, “Ronald Reagan would not be happy to see that the Reagan Library is run by the head of the Washington Post, Fred Ryan. How the hell did that happen? No wonder they consistently have RINO speakers like Karl Rove and Paul Ryan. They do nothing for our forward-surging Republican Party!

He continued, “RINO Paul Ryan, who became a lame duck Speaker of the House, lost all vote-getting capability with the people he represented in Wisconsin, and was the single biggest factor, other than Romney himself, for the monumental Romney/Ryan loss in the Presidential race of 2012 (I got more votes by far, 75M, than any sitting president in history!), and he is now speaking to other Republicans telling them how to win elections. 

“Interestingly, I was in the Great State of Wisconsin when they booed him off the podium—I literally had to come to his rescue. It was the day that Ryan went on the board of Fox (Fox will never be the same!) that Fox totally lost its way and became a much different place, with millions of its greatest supporters fleeing for good.

“Paul Ryan has been a curse to the Republican Party. He has no clue as to what needs to be done for our Country, was a weak and ineffective leader, and spends all of his time fighting Republicans as opposed to Democrats who are destroying our Country.

As a Republican, having Paul Ryan on your side almost guarantees a loss, for both you, the Party, and America itself.”

Ryan said: “Once again, we conservatives find ourselves at a crossroads.  And here’s one reality we have to face. If the conservative cause depends on the populist appeal of one personality, or on second-rate imitations, then we’re not going anywhere. 

“Voters looking for Republican leaders want to see independence and mettle…

“We win majorities by directing our loyalty and respect to voters, and by staying faithful to the conservative principles that unite us. 

“This was true even when the person leading our movement was as impressive, polished, and agreeable as they come.

“In 2020, the country wanted a nice guy who would move to the center and depolarize our politics. Instead, we got a nice guy pursuing an agenda more leftist than any president in my lifetime. “For conservatives, this painful existence as the opposition can actually be an opportunity.  Out of these years can come a healthy, growing, and united conservative movement, a movement that speaks again to the heart of a great nation.

“As the left gets more ‘woke,’ the rest of America is getting weary.  It’s exhausting.  And we conservatives have to be careful not to get caught up in every little cultural battle.  

“Sometimes these skirmishes are just creations of outrage peddlers, detached from reality and not worth anybody’s time.  They draw attention away from the far more important case we must make to the American people.

“Culture matters, yes, but our party must be defined by more than a tussle over the latest grievance or perceived slight. We must not let them take priority over solutions ­– grounded in principle – to improve people’s lives,” he said.

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