Fox News Board member, former Speaker of the House and RINO Paul Ryan attacked a man who received more votes than any other incumbent President in history, forty-fifth President Donald Trump, during an interview with a consulting firm he is the Vice Chairman of..
“Trump’s unelectability will be palpable by then,” Ryan said.
VIDEO: Former Speaker Paul Ryan says former President Donald Trump won’t be the Republican nominee in 2024, when the RNC gathers in Milwaukee: “We all know he’s much more likely to lose the White House than anybody else running for president on our side of the aisle.” pic.twitter.com/JCE2TsHu7A
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“We all know that he’s so much more likely to lose the White House than anybody else running for president on our side of the aisle, so why would we want to go with that?” Ryan added.
“The only reason he stays where he is is because everybody’s afraid of him. They’re afraid of him going after them, hurting their own ambition,” Ryan added.
“But as soon as you get the herd mentality going, it’s unstoppable. So I think the fact that he pulls so much poorer than anybody else running for president as a Republican against a Democrat is enough right there. He’s gonna know this,” Ryan continued.
“And so whether he runs or not, I don’t really know if it matters; he’s not going to be the nominee, I don’t think,” Ryan said.
“He’s a cudgel against us, especially in our swing districts,” Ryan added.
Ryan’s hopes and dreams of Trump’s political end are almost certain to be crushed.
According to an October Harris Poll/HarrisX survey, 45 percent of U.S. registered voters said they would vote for Trump, 43 percent said they'd vote for Biden, and 12 percent said they're unsure.
“If the 2024 election for President were held today and it was between Donald Trump, the Republican and Joe Biden, the Democrat, who would you vote for?” the survey asked voters.
Against Vice President Kamala Harris, Trump leads by 11 percentage points with 49 percent to 38 percent. 55 percent of voters, 67 percent of independents, 83 percent of Republicans, and 22 percent of Democrats have “doubts” about Biden's mental fitness. Only 39 percent of respondents approved of Biden's handling of crime and 35 percent approved of his handling of inflation.
Paul Ryan is no stranger to backstabbing Trump, either. In June, Trump slammed Paul Ryan as a “pathetic loser” after Ryan claimed Trump wasn't impeached because GOP Senators “didn't have the guts to do it.”
“Did anyone notice that Fox News went lame (bad!) when weak RINO Paul Ryan, who is despised in the Great State of Wisconsin for being ‘a pathetic loser,' went on the Fox Board,” Trump wrote in a Truth Social post.
“They won’t even talk about an obviously Rigged 2020 Presidential Election, not even a mention. That’s why our Country is going to HELL – Elections have consequences,” Trump added.
“Get Ryan off your Board and report the News as it should be reported…And stop taking negative ads from the perverts, and others,” Trump continued.