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Speaker Ryan: Congress Will Pay Billions For U.S.-Mexico WallPresident Donald Trump's U.S. - Mexico border wall will cost billions of dollars paid for by Congress, said Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan on Thursday.
House Begins Process Of Dismantling 'Obamacare'The House of Representatives took the first step Friday in dismantling the Affordable Care Act, also known as 'Obamacare.'
Congress Back In Session: Ryan Re-elected While House Dems Delay VoteCongress is back in session for the first time since Republicans won both the White House and both houses in Congress.
Speaker Ryan 'Excited About Opportunities' After Trump MeetingMany Republicans in Congress are now embracing Donald Trump after months of keeping their distance.
Paul Ryan Offers Up Support In Miami For Curbelo CampaignIn an effort to rally support against his Democratic rival, U.S. Representative Carlos Curbelo brought a GOP party heavyweight to town to speak on his behalf.
Ryan Slams Clinton Camp's Emails About CatholicsHouse Speaker Paul Ryan is joining the Trump campaign in criticizing Hillary Clinton aides for comments about Catholics.
Speaker Paul Ryan Says He Will Not Defend TrumpHouse Speaker Paul Ryan says he will not campaign for or defend Donald Trump in the last weeks before election day.
Paul Ryan Calls Trump's Judge Comments 'Indefensible'House Speak Paul Ryan said Donald Trump's comments about a judge's Mexican heritage are "the textbook definition of racist comments."
Speaker Ryan: 'I'll Be Voting For' TrumpHouse Speaker Paul Ryan endorsed Donald Trump Thursday as Hillary Clinton warned Trump as president would endanger the United States.
Trump, Ryan, And The Search For Common GroundDonald Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan met face-to-face for the first time since Ryan refused to back the billionaire as president.
Defiant Trump Brushes Off GOP Critics On Eve Of Ryan MeetingRepublican presidential nominee Donald Trump brushed off his Capitol Hill critics on Wednesday, declaring he doesn't need House Speaker Paul Ryan or other leery Republican leaders, even as he prepared to sit down with them.
Ryan: If Trump Asks, I'll Step Down As Co-Chair House Speaker Paul Ryan said he would step down as co-chairman of the Republican National Convention if Donald Trump asks him to.

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