Speaker Paul Ryan is pushing back on pressure from some on his party that he step down from his leadership position before the election to help unify the party.
“We’ve all discussed this and we think the smart thing to do is to actually stay an intact leadership team,” Ryan said in an interview that aired Sunday.
“There’s so much more I can do to keep continuity. We have a great leadership team. There’s so much more I can do to help keep this majority,’ he added.
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