Paul Davis Ryan Jr. (born January 29, ) is an American politician serving as the 54th Speaker of the United States House of Representatives since He was the Republican Party nominee for Vice President of the United .. On October 8, , a push by congressional Republicans to recruit Ryan to run to succeed Missing: ssh | Must include: ssh. House Republicans are split over whether it's politically or practically smart to force Democrats to vote on their unpopular proposal to abolish Missing: ssh | Must include: ssh. These Republicans are calling for Trump to step down October 8, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said in an interview Saturday that he Missing: ssh | Must include: ssh.
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And I am ready and eager to be our speaker.
CurielRyan said Trump's critique "just was out of left field for my mind," and voiced disagreement with him. Nevertheless, Ryan continued to endorse Trump, believing that more Republican policies will be enacted under Donald Trump than presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
This is how we know we're a real family here. Ryan's little-known primary opponent, Paul Nehlen" on August 1, Ryan shaking hands with President Ssh 28 october republican prior to his address to a joint session of Congress on February 28, In Octoberfollowing the Donald Trump Access Hollywood controversyRyan disinvited Trump from a scheduled campaign rally,  and announced that he would no longer defend or support Trump's presidential campaign but would focus instead ssh 28 october republican Congressional races.
He also freed ssh 28 october republican congress members to use their own judgment about Trump, saying "you all need to do what's best for you and your district. He was re-elected in with 64 percent of the vote against Democrat Jim Stuber and again in this time without opposition.
Constitution Party candidate Jack McLain was his only opponent in He was re-elected in with 79 percent of the vote and in with 68 percent of the vote.
Foley was a moderate Republican. He was also the first public figure to imply that Vice President Al Gore claimed to have invented the Internet.
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The only thing he has ever invented is another tax. He did not invent the Internet but he sure did tax it. Bush during the Presidential election recount controversy in Florida.
However, longstanding rumors surfaced that Foley was either homosexual or bisexual and was in a long-term homosexual relationship. Ssh 28 october republican story was initially published only in local and gay press;   then the New Times broke the story in the mainstream press.
Other alternative press rivals, including the New York Press then addressed the topic.
Foley held a press conference to denounce the "revolting" rumors and stated that his sexual orientation was unimportant, but did not specifically deny the rumors. A few weeks later, he withdrew his candidacy, saying his father's battle with cancer had caused him to reassess his ssh 28 october republican on life the seat was later won by Republican Mel Martinez.
He ssh 28 october republican a bill, coined the "Child Modeling Exploitation Prevention Act of " to outlaw web sites featuring sexually suggestive images of preteen children, saying that "these websites are nothing more than a fix for pedophiles.
Foley also succeeded in getting a law passed that allows volunteer youth-serving organizations like the Boy Scouts of America and Boys and Girls Clubs to have access to FBI fingerprint background checks.