House Speaker Paul Ryan was a bit more enthusiastic about Donald Trump as his party's presumptive presidential nominee after the two met on Capitol Hill -- but he stopped short of giving an endorsement. Ryan would not say if or when he might endorse Trump
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Published: 2021-04-17 03:58 am
Paul Ryan calls meeting productive, but doesn't endorse Trump
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