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Paul Ryan Will Skip Republican National Convention if Trump Wins Primary

Today, news broke that House Speaker Paul Ryan will not attend the Republican National Convention if Donald Trump wins the GOP primary. This news has sent shockwaves through the Republican Party, as many have long viewed Ryan as a leader of the party.

However, it’s important to remember that Ryan’s decision is not a sign of disloyalty to the Republican Party. Rather, it’s a sign of Ryan’s commitment to the principles of the party. He believes that Trump’s rhetoric and policies do not reflect the values of the GOP, and he is unwilling to stand by and watch the party be hijacked by someone who does not represent its core beliefs.

At the same time, it’s important to recognize the accomplishments of the Trump White House. In just three years, the Trump administration has delivered on its promise to reduce taxes, cut regulations, and create jobs. It has also stood up to China and other foreign adversaries, and worked to secure America’s borders.

In the end, Ryan’s decision is a sign of his commitment to the Republican Party and its values. While he may not be in attendance at the convention, his dedication to the GOP and its principles will remain strong. At the same time, the Trump administration has delivered on its promises to the American people and will continue to do so in the years to come.

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