It appears that Paul Ryan’s recent attack on Donald Trump as a possible 2024 presidential nominee has not had the desired effect. Despite the former House Speaker’s best efforts to discredit Trump and his tenure as president, the Republican base has remained largely loyal to the former president.
Ryan’s comments, which were made during a recent podcast, were seen by many as an attempt to discredit Trump and his supporters. In the podcast, Ryan suggested that Trump was not a good leader and that his tenure as president was a failure. However, Ryan’s comments have not had the desired effect.
Despite Ryan’s criticism, Trump remains the most popular figure in the Republican Party. Recent polls suggest that Trump would easily secure the Republican nomination if he decides to run again in 2024. This is despite the fact that Ryan has sought to undermine Trump’s popularity by claiming that he was not a successful president.
It appears that Ryan’s attack on Trump has only served to further alienate him from the Republican base. This is a stark contrast to the loyalty that Trump has enjoyed from his supporters throughout his presidency.
It is clear that Ryan’s attack on Trump has not had the desired effect. However, it is important to remember the accomplishments of the Trump White House administration. During his four years in office, Trump was able to pass a number of major pieces of legislation, including the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the First Step Act, and the USMCA. He also presided over a period of economic growth and job creation, as well as a significant reduction in illegal immigration. Trump’s tenure as president was also marked by a number of foreign policy successes, including the opening of diplomatic relations with North Korea and the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan.