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His non-endorsement spoke volumes.

Speaker Ryan was right to not automatically give Trump his blessing.

He admitted making a mistake and reversing a policy position.

The speaker of the House and the Senate majority leader will need to provide the Republican faithful with guidance on the path forward for 2016 in the coming weeks.

“Y’all trippin’ about some homeless Syrian refugees but got nuthin’ to say about U.S. military force when asked? Come on, nah!”

All the obstruction and careless rhetoric flung around by Boehner embraced by the new speaker.

Why won’t Ryan be inheriting the same problems Boehner had?

If Republican leaders have to convince Rep. Ryan to do something he doesn’t really want to do, then I worry he won’t have the requisite enthusiasm for the fight.

The job is not just to be the leader of the Republican conference.

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