Speaker Paul Ryan said in a new interview he now thinks that President Trump was insulting him when he labeled him a “Boy Scout.
“I thought it was a compliment,” Ryan told The New York Times.
But Ryan said after the several bills were passed by the Republican-controlled Congress, the president told him that he would stop referring to him with the nickname.
“So I guess he meant it as an insult all along,” the Speaker said. “I didn’t realize.”
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