Former House Speaker Paul Ryanrevealed that if Donald Trump, now that he has confirmed his candidacy, is on the ballot for the 2024 presidential election, then Republicans Will Lose in addition to ensuring that he considers himself “a Trump of never again.”
During an ABC interview for promoting your book American Renewal: A Conservative Plan to Strengthen the Social Contract and Save the Nation’s Finances was questioned regarding the confirmation of donald trump to reach the presidency in the 2024 elections, and asserted that if the former president is the candidate then the Republicans will lose.
“When we got past Trump then we started to win elections. But if we stay with Trump, we keep losing elections, That’s how I see it,” Ryan said.
Despite giving his prediction, Paul Ryan believes that Trump will not be in the presidential election by the Republicans because there are other officials who will win the nomination for the former president.
“I think we have a great group of good and capable conservatives.who are more competent to win this presidential primary and (general) election, and I think Republican voters know that,” he said.
The former speaker of the House also pointed to the losses obtained by the candidates supported by Trump in the midterm elections in the states of Arizona, Pennsylvania and New Hampshire. He likewise specified that those races could have been won if the candidates had been traditional conservatives and not a Trump Republican.
Ryan, who called himself “a Trump of never again” is one of the Republicans who also assured that they did not win a majority in the Senate in this midterm election because all the candidates supported by Trump lost their races.
“I am a Trump of never again, Why? Because I want to win, and we lose to Trump. It was very clear to us in 2018, in 20 and now in 2022,” concluded Paul Ryan.
As for whether he intends to be one of the Republican candidates for president in 2024, Paul Ryan said that he will not apply because it is not in his plans.
Republican Paul Ryan represented Wisconsin’s 1st congressional district for 20 years, and was Speaker of the House of Representatives from 2015 to 2019. In 2012, he ran as the Republican candidate for the presidency that year.
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Source: La Opinion