Lawmakers in both the Senate and House of Representatives are looking at details of findings by the US intelligence community that Russian Federation meddled in the USA presidential election in an effort to help Trump defeat Democrat Hillary Clinton, a former US secretary of state.
"Obamacare is collapsing. I think the Democrats got too far ahead on their ideology".
Ryan said he's not frustrated: "I see him as more of a chairman, as a president, much like many successful presidents have been, where he gets people around him who are detailed people who can execute those plans".
Ryan said that he did not want to talk about ongoing investigations, and that the House Intelligence Committee was still working on its investigation into Russian interference in the USA election. They gave us a system where people lost the health care plans that they liked, that they chose, that violated all the promises that were made, that were given when Americans were sold on Obamacare.
Paul Ryan is about to enter what could be the most critical month yet of his Speakership.
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Judge Gonzales Ramos' ruling is expected in the coming weeks and will likely spark another round of costly, prolonged appeals. Civil rights groups, including the NAACP, sided with Democrats against Sessions, warning about his attitudes toward race.
Ryan promised that eventually Republicans would be unified.
Ryan didn't provide details on the bill, other than to say it will be based off previous ideas from conservatives.
Congressional Republicans are hoping for clarity from President Donald Trump on key issues like health care when he delivers his first speech to a joint meeting of Congress.
"We're not saying we're going to change benefits for anyone in or near retirement", Ryan said, adding, "No one has ever proposed that". It comes as Republicans are discovering, a month into Trump's administration, how hard it will be to make good on their many promises now that they control Washington in full. What I think the president recognizes, what we all recognize is that this is a once in a generation moment, once in a generation opportunity. "Replacing Obamacare is entitlement reform, and that helps us with health care".
"Two entitlements are being reformed with repealing and replacing Obamacare, right now", the Wisconsin Republican told reporters Tuesday at a weekly Capitol Hill news conference.