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An angry Trump is talking crazy about Paul Ryan saying that he "can't be elected to a dog


An angry Trump is talking crazy :

about Paul Ryan saying that he "can't be elected to a dog."

Paul Ryan, the former Republican speaker of

the House of Representatives from Wisconsin

announced on Sunday that he would not attend his state's second national convention if Trump was nominated as the party's nominee. This angered Donald Trump, who called Ryan a "loser" in his attack.

Trump posted on Truth Social:

"Paul Ryan is a loser." It's "can't elect hounds to the Republican Party!"

Also, Trump ridiculously claimed in the article that he would win the 2020 election by a wider margin than he did in 2016. Trump won the election the first time, but failed in the popular vote by about 3 million votes in 2016.

Regarding Ryan's interview broadcast on Milwaukee's WISN-TV 12 on Saturday, Trump was still angry.

"For the Republican Convention in Milwaukee, where will it be?"

WISN reporter Ryan asked:

Ryan replied, "It depends on the candidate." I'd be here if someone wasn't named Trump. I'm not interested in participating in that, no. Even in Wisconsin.

But Ryan asserted that he did not believe Trump would be the Republican Party's nominee. "The reason I don't think he's going to be our candidate is because we know we're going to lose with him."

Ryan did not back down from announcing his steadfast opposition to Trump.

In Milwaukee, he also told Fox News 6:

"If we nominate Trump again, we will lose. That's just obvious. We lost with him on 18, 20 and 22. We know this. It's going to cost us another election. So I'm just excited about someone not named Trump. "

In an interview with The Washington Post last Wednesday

  • Trump also criticized him as a "confirmed loser."
  • He was optimistic that the majority of
  • Republicans were ready to overcome Trump and his false election lies.

Ryan stated:

We proved in 2022 that running for election plots

and re-litigation in the 20 elections is a loser for you.

Between 1999 and 2019

Ryan served as representative of the southeastern Wisconsin congressional district, and between 2015 and 2019, he was Speaker of the House of Representatives.