Donald Trump lit a new insult on Friday at former landlord Paul Ryan and claimed that the former legislator might be paid to attack him.
He claimed on the White House lawn when he left for Ryan & # 39; s home state of Wisconsin, that the former legislator had a & # 39; no talent & # 39; hack and an & # 39; lame duck & # 39; speaker was the one who should not have lost control of the lower room during the last election.
The president also called him a & # 39; baby & # 39; and gossiped about his failure to get money for a border wall, and exclaimed: "He didn't know what the hell he was doing."
Donald Trump delivered a new insult to former landlord Paul Ryan on Friday and claimed that the former legislator might be paid to attack him just before he left for Wisconsin
& # 39; So Paul Ryan was not a talent. He was not a leader. When the people in Freedom and big congressmen wanted to go after the Dems for things they had done very badly, he wouldn't give subpoenas, while Nancy Pelosi handed them out like they were cookies, & Trump claimed.
He continued to bite him and said: “Paul Ryan was a lame duck for a long time as a Speaker. He was unable to raise money. He lost control of the house. The only success that Paul Ryan had was the time he was with me because we had reduced the tax. & # 39;
Trump even said that that victory was one he had designed, and Ryan, who had been in Washington and Congress long before him, was just on the ride.
& # 39; I received regulatory reductions. I usually did that without him, & he said. & # 39; But for Paul Ryan, complaining is amazing. I remember a day in Wisconsin – a state I won – where I got up and delivered a speech, and then I introduced him and they took him off the stage – 10,000 people. So for him to go out and open his mouth is incredible. & # 39;
He added: & # 39; But maybe he gets paid for it. Who knows? Maybe he gets paid for it. & # 39;
On Thursday evening, Trump had unleashed a stabbing attack on the former speaker and failed vice-presidential candidate, opening the door for new questions on Friday by journalists on his departure from the White House.
In a wave of tweets, he fell the & # 39; horrible & # 39; reputation of the co-Republican of poor leadership in the House, which he said paralyzed the White House's ability to obtain funding for the proposed southern border wall.
The salvo of criticism came after fragments of an upcoming book were published in which the former congressman described his frustration in dealing with Trump's administration.
Trump hit back by claiming that Ryan & # 39; didn't know how to win & # 39; – blaming him for both the unsuccessful 2012 general election campaign of Mitt Romney and for losing the majority of the GOP house in mid-2018.
Trump tweeted: & # 39; Paul Ryan, the failed V.P. candidate & former President of the House, whose record of achievements was horrible (except during my first two years as president), eventually became a long-term failure of the lame duck, leaving his party both as a fundraiser & leader.
& # 39; He had the majority and blew it away with his poor leadership and bad timing. Never knew how to go after the Dems as if they were going after us. Could not get him out of Congress soon enough!
& # 39; When Mitt chose Paul, I told people this is the end of that presidential run. He left the congress because he didn't know how to win.
It came after Ryan (photo from last year left the living room) told a journalist that he was frustrated in dealing with Trump and that the reactions of the knees came from the Oval Office
In a Twitter rant late last night, Ryan noticed a & # 39; lame duck & # 39; and pointed to his failed VP bid
& # 39; They gave me standing O & # 39; s (ovations) in the Great State of Wisconsin, and chased him off the stage. He promised me the Wall & failed (happens anyway!). & # 39;
The devastating blow of Trump is seen as a relapse to the Washington Post pressure on parts of Tim Alberta & # 39; s new book & # 39; American Carnage & # 39 ;.
Ryan told Alberta that he said goodbye to Congress as a & # 39; escape hatch & # 39; saw after being irritated by the & # 39; reflex reactions & # 39; who came from the Oval Office.
Trump claimed that he then warned candidate Romney that recruiting Ryan to be his running partner would result in an unsuccessful white house bid
It has been widely reported that he had an icy relationship with Trump during Ryan & # 39; s speaking function.
Tensions began to boil over when Ryan refused to appear on stage with the then-current candidate Trump after a band leaked from Access Hollywood seemed to show that Trump bragged about assault.
But when he announced his retirement from Washington politics last year, Trump tweeted a tribute to the departing congressman.
He said: & # 39; Speaker Paul Ryan is a really good man, and although he is not looking for a re-election, he will leave an inheritance that no one can question. & # 39;
Ryan is the last ex-ally of the Trump to be publicly beaten by the president after he resigned – Steve Bannon, the former White House strategist, became & sloppy Steve Bannon, who cried when he was fired and begged for his job & # 39; branded after his departure.
Trump and Ryan enjoyed an icy relationship through his speakership, after the then speaker called the then candidate about the leak of the infamous Access Hollywood tape
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