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The Congressional Leadership Fund is pushing to keep Paul Ryan as House speaker, and is backed by donors with some very deep pockets.

The robust fundraising shows how the nonprofit and its sister super PAC have cemented their roles as the dominant outside allies of the Republican House leaders.

The political leaders will discuss potential areas of common ground in an election year.

The former Republican Vice Presidential candidate has encountered a few foes while promoting his new book.

The second-place finisher in the last presidential race railed against the frontrunner in the next.

By merging eleven federal programs into one grant, Ryan believes the poor can be aided more effectively.

Republicans stress a "security first" approach on the Sunday morning talk shows.

"Presidents don't write new laws, Congress does," Ryan said

Ryan suggested on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" that Rubio opposed the bill before he even read it.

  • Jeff Simon and Aaron Blake
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  • Dec 12, 2013
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