Paul Ryan gave an interview with CNN on Thursday stating he was “not ready” to support Donald Trump yet. Trump, of course, has fired back at Ryan for his comments.
Ryan told Jake Tapper, “to be perfectly candid with you, Jake, I’m just not ready to do that at this point. I’m not there right now. And, I hope to though. And I want to but I think that what is required is that we unify this party. And I think the bulk of the burden to unify the party will come from the presumptive nominee.”
Since Ted Cruz dropped out, “unifying” has been the political buzzword. Many conservatives are concerned what will happen now that Trump is the only option for the GOP.
During a rally in Oregon, Trump responds by claiming, “Paul Ryan, I don’t know what happened. He called me two or three weeks ago and we had a very nice conversation. Congratulating me. This was before we had the ultimate victory. He congratulated me for doing so well. I thought routinely he’d be behind it. And, the other day he just did a big surprise. Because I had so many endorsements.”
Many conservatives are concerned just what Trump will do to the Republican party. Many are feeling mixed emotions about the situation. However, when looking at the alternative, Hillary Clinton, he doesn’t seem so bad. What do you think about Trump? Leave your comments below.
H/T [Gateway Pundit]