Chief of Staff Preibus defends Paul Ryan Amid Failure

The White House seems to be sending a mixed message as Chief of Staff Reince Preibus comes to the defense of House Speaker Paul Ryan. This is after President Donald trump endorsed the Judge Jeanine show, but she delivered a hit piece on the Speaker. Giving the president the benefit of the doubt, and the GOP is still together. They need to regroup.

As Written By Matthew Boyle for Breitbart:

White House chief of staff Reince Priebus has publicly defended his years-long friend House Speaker Paul Ryan amid Ryan’s failure on healthcare.

“No he doesn’t,” Priebus said when asked on Fox News Sunday if President Donald Trump wants Ryan to resign.

“He believes what he said in the Oval Office on Friday, he doesn’t blame Paul Ryan,” Priebus said. “He thought Paul Ryan worked really hard, enjoys his relationship with Paul Ryan, thinks that Paul Ryan is a great speaker of the house. None of that has changed.”

Priebus’ comments came after Fox News host Judge Jeanine Pirro called for Ryan to resign on Saturday night.

“Paul Ryan needs to step down as House speaker,” Pirro said in a lengthy rebuke of the Speaker, demanding his resignation. “The reason: He failed to deliver the votes on his health care bill.”

 

Pirro’s call for Ryan’s resignation came after President Trump tweeted earlier on Saturday that Americans should tune in to Pirro’s program on Saturday night. Pirro noted in……

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