Former House Speaker Paul Ryan has said he would lose if the Republicans nominated Trump and would boycott the convention if Trump was nominated.
Video of Ryan saying Republicans will lose to Trump:
Paul Ryan: “If we nominate Trump again, we will lose… we lost with him at 18 minutes, 20 minutes, 22 minutes. We know this. It will cost the election.” pic.twitter.com/V2tT7rvWyu
— Republican Accountability (@AccountableGOP) February 24, 2023
In an interview with local Wisconsin television, Ryan said, “I’m endorsing someone not named Donald Trump, so I don’t have dogs in fights other than that. If I nominate Trump again, I’ll lose again.” That’s all clear I lost with him in ’18, ’20, ’22 we know this he will cost us another election so I is excited about someone not named Trump.
In the same interview, Ryan said he would not attend the Republican convention in Wisconsin if Trump was nominated.
Paul Ryan has said he will not attend the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee if Trump is nominated. pic.twitter.com/vXEEq6kHcW
— Patriot Takes 🇺🇸 (@patriottakes) February 25, 2023
Ryan said he has no interest in attending the Trump convention, even if it’s in Wisconsin.
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It took decades, but Paul Ryan may have finally found something resembling a spine. It’s too late and I wish I had come back in 2016, when there might have been an effort to stop Trump from within the Republican Party. To.
The biggest argument against Trump by the Republican elite is that he is a loser. There is no evidence that any other potential Republican primary candidate could win the general election. The picture that Ron DeSantis comes out is not good, And none of the other members of the Republican nominee have a great chance of beating Trump.
Ryan is correct on one point. Republicans continue to lose to Trump and can’t take back the White House with him still in it.
Jason is the editor-in-chief. He is also a White House press pool and a congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a BA in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy with a specialization in the social reform movement.
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