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  • Paul Ryan won't even accept the GOP nomination for president

    Rumors may continue, but Paul Ryan is adamant that he will never be the GOP nominee for president. In a 6-minute press conference on April 12 at the Republican National Committee headquarters, Speaker Ryan announced he would not accept the nomination, even if it was offered, and went so far as to suggest the delegates create a rule keeping anyone but those candidates who ran in the 2016 primary from receiving the nomination.

Rumors may continue, but Paul Ryan is adamant that he will never be the GOP nominee for president. In a 6-minute press conference on April 12 at the Republican National Committee headquarters, Speaker Ryan announced he would not accept the nomination, even if it was offered, and went so far as to suggest the delegates create a rule keeping anyone but those candidates who ran in the 2016 primary from receiving the nomination.
Rumors may continue, but Paul Ryan is adamant that he will never be the GOP nominee for president. In a 6-minute press conference on April 12 at the Republican National Committee headquarters, Speaker Ryan announced he would not accept the nomination, even if it was offered, and went so far as to suggest the delegates create a rule keeping anyone but those candidates who ran in the 2016 primary from receiving the nomination.

House Speaker Paul Ryan says he doesn’t want to be president

April 12, 2016 6:28 PM