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Hogan Gidley: Paul Ryan’s not upset Trump ‘move to the DC-glacial pace

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Hogan Gidley on Paul Ryan ripping Trump

The former speaker of the house of representatives Paul Ryan’s criticism of President Trump in a recently published book is all about the fact the commander-in-chief, not Beltway standards to subscribe to, according to Hogan Gidley.

Trump is trying to fulfil its election promises, this is what the Washington establishment, Gidley, Deputy White House press secretary, claimed largely foreign on Friday at The “Todd Starnes Show.”

“So it is with everything said and with this President, he moves with the speed of ‘trump card’,” Gidley.

“He’s not moving on the DC-glacial pace — the DC decency, which is not necessarily something that he subscribes to, because he wants to get things done.”

TRUMP TRASHES ‘LAME DUCK FAILURE,” PAUL RYAN IN REACTION TO NEW CRITICISM

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Trump excoriated Ryan on Twitter after the former Wisconsin Congressman, the President claimed not to know “anything about the government.”

“I just wanted to rant to him all the time,” Ryan said, according to passages in the new book “American Carnage” by Political correspondent Tim Alberta.

In response to Ryan, the President of his loss in 2012 — mocked when he was the running mate ” of presidential candidate Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah., — and a “failure, called him”.

“Paul Ryan, the failed V. P. candidate & Ex-speaker of the house, whose record of performance was atrocious (except during my first two years as President), ultimately, was a long-running lame duck error, so that his party in the lurch, both as a fundraiser & leader…” Trump tweeted.

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In Alberta ‘ s book, Ryan is recorded as claiming to Trump a penchant for “knee jerk reactions” and that the then-speaker and his fellow legislators had to try to “dissuade him to make the wrong decisions.”

On his program, Starnes called Ryan a “rant” to add, it is clear that the ex-legislator is trying to “sabotage” trump on the agenda.

The President: “absolutely right, to call him,” the host said.

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