House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wisc.) took part in one of his final interviews before leaving Capitol Hill’s top job. Ryan reacted to the nomination of Nancy Pelosi as the next House Speaker, discussed the prospect of a government shutdown, weighed in on his legacy after two decades in Congress -- including his biggest regrets -- and spoke about his political future.
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