Former White House chief of staff Reince Priebus said Sunday he thinks Speaker Paul Ryan will decide in the spring whether to run for reelection, but touted what Ryan and President Trump have accomplished together.
“I do think that Paul’s view of what fundamentally is getting accomplished under President Trump … when you take away what the media wants to focus in on, which is the decision-making process and some of the drama, but you actually look at what decisions are being made and the fundamentals, the president’s doing a remarkable job,” Priebus said on NBC’s “Meet The Press.”
“My point is he’s accomplishing the things that he’s worked since he was 21 on. They’re happening now under President Trump,” Priebus said. “And as wild as that ride has been both for Paul Ryan and people like myself, you cannot escape the fact that the president is doing a remarkable job on the fundamentals of what being president is all about.”
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