Former House Speaker Paul Ryan Predicts Trump Will Win In 2020

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Former House speaker Paul Ryan went on Twitter Wednesday to predict President Donald Trump will win reelection in 2020 – an apparent effort to clean up remarks earlier this week in which he said a Democrat could prevail if the race turns on Trump’s personality.

During a lecture Monday in Vero Beach, Florida, Ryan said that he thinks there are Democrats in the 2020 field who could defeat Trump, according to an account by Treasure Coast Newspapers that was highlighted Tuesday by other media outlets.

“The person who defines that race is going to win the race. If this is about Donald Trump and his personality, he isn’t going to win it,” Ryan, a Wisconsin Republican, reportedly said.

Ryan, who had a rocky relationship with Trump during the 2016 campaign and parts of his presidency, offered a different take in his tweet on Wednesday.

“To be clear, GOP wins elections when they’re about ideas not when they’re personality contests like Dems & media want,” Ryan wrote. “We’re clearly better off because of @realDonaldTrump. His record of accomplishment is why he’ll win re-election especially when compared to Dems’ leftward lurch.”

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4 COMMENTS

  1. You don’t need Ryan to “predict” Trump’s winning. Every little child would know it. The question is only if his victory would be 97% or more?

  2. (Gateway Pundit) – On Friday Republican Doug Collins (R-GA) released the Bruce Ohr testimony transcript online.
    Rep Collins said his patience with the DOJ had grown thin so he released the testimony. Collins plans on releasing more testimony.
    The Ohr testimony disclosed the Bruce Ohr gave his wife’s opposition research on Trump to the FBI in a flash drive.
    On Tuesday Rep. Doug Collins released the Lisa Page testimony online.
    Today, the link https://dougcollins.house.gov/page will be placed in the record so the American people can read the transcripts of Lisa Page’s interviews before the Judiciary Committee.
    The testimony released today revealed the FBI was considering charging HIllary Clinton under the Espionage Act until the Department of Justice told them “no.”

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