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In a press conference on Capitol Hill Tuesday, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.) rebuked Donald Trump's Ku Klux Klan controversy, demanding Trump denounce racism. "This party does not prey on people’s prejudice. This is the party of Lincoln," said Ryan, who expressed he's tried to avoid getting involved in the Republican presidential race. Ryan said he was compelled to weigh in today because Republicans condemn David Duke and the KKK. Courtesy of Speaker.gov
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