Former Trump Advisor: Paul Ryan Should Step Down If He Cannot Pass Obamacare Repeal

Image result for paul ryan surprisedBetsy McCaughey, a former Donald Trump economic advisor, said that Speaker Ryan should step down if he cannot pass an Obamacare repeal package.

Speaking to radio host John Castimatidis on AM 970 in New York, McCaughey said, “If he can’t do his job as Speaker, to hold these Republicans together and get a repeal and replace bill through, somebody else should be Speaker.”

Betsy McCaughey, the former lieutenant governor of New York, said that “Obamacare is in a death spiral,” and accused Speaker Ryan of pushing for “Obamacare-lite.”

McCaughey is not the first Republican to oppose the Ryan plan to replace Obamacare. House Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows (R-NC) said that the Ryan plan’s refundable tax credits could amount to a new “entitlement program.” Congressman Pete Sessions (R-TX) has said that taxing expensive employer-sponsored health insurance plans creates a new “Cadillac tax.”

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Paul Ryan should have never got the position he has, as speaker. He is an Obama loving shitbag , who's only concern is his own agenda and has done nothing for the people who elected him. He is a Forked toughed lier, who will say one thing and do another,all while screwing the American tax payer. 

Maybe a petition can be put up to get him out of office. We have to show the rinos that we run the country not them.

I write to Ryan at least once a week.  Here is is his email contact in the House.

 www.speaker.gov/contact

Every week I ask him to step down if he continues to stab President Trump in the back.  He does not have the President's or the nations interest in his heart.  I often how these Anti-American types rise to power. 

I Urge everyone who reads this to send your personal message to Ryan. Perhaps if we flood his in box he may see that we don't like what he is doing, and not doing when it comes to supporting our President and his agenda.

Do you really believe ryan cares what voters think about him ?

We have to be organize first where  as many as us can write, call, email  everyday to our respective representative  to FIRE HIM.

why is it so hard to repeal something that congress has exempted themselves from

The battle is not over,we need to remove paul ryan

YES!!.

I was against Paul Ryan from day one and told my congressman and senator to vote against him. They did and we got him anyway. 

We need to keep beating the drum to get rid of Paul Ryan for the people don't want him.

Barry, we need to do that on a national scale by people like us.

Ryan is a joke

REPEAL obviously is a bad word in D.C. -  and rare event. I suppose it's admitting a mistake and 'lawmakers' never make mistakes that can't be fixed rather than repealed. 

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Hillary Clinton says she is “deluged” with requests to try another run for president and has still not completely ruled out joining the crowded field of 2020 Democrat candidates.

The former U.S. Secretary of State has repeatedly avoided categorically stepping out of the race for the White House – or directly into it, for that matter.

During media appearances in the UK last month, Clinton twice hinted she may make a belated push on the basis she claims so many people want to see her on the national stage once more.

Speaking on the BBC’s Graham Norton Show in London last Friday, Clinton confirmed she would “have to make up my mind really quickly” if she was going to join the race.

When pushed to respond if she would make a run for the White House for a third time, she prevaricated and avoided a direct reply, instead responding with: “As I say, never, never, never say never.”

She did concede she would need to make up her mind “really quickly” about whether or not to jump into the presidential race.

Clinton has already missed the filing deadline for the first primary in New Hampshire but there is no deadline for the next caucuses in Iowa in early February.

Responding to Norton, Clinton said she had been “deluged” over the last few weeks thinking about running again, but added that, “right now, I’m not, at all, planning that.”

Norton asked: “The rumour mill is flying that you could step back into the ring.”

Clinton replied: “I hear that. I have been deluged the last few weeks with thinking about doing that, but right now I’m not at all planning that.”

Last month Clinton told BBC Radio 5 Live she was under “enormous pressure” to consider a 2020 White House run.

When asked about her future in politics, Clinton said, “I feel a sense of responsibility partly because you know my name was on the ballot, I got more votes, but ended up losing to the current incumbent in the White House who I think is really undermining our democracy in very fundamental ways. And I want to retire him.”

When asked if she is absolutely ruling it out, Clinton said, “ I will certainly tell you. I’m under enormous pressure from many, many, many people to think about it. But as of this moment, sitting here in this studio talking to you, that is absolutely not in my plans.”

Clinton and her daughter Chelsea, are currently in London promoting their new co-authored book – The Book Of Gutsy Women: Favourite Stories Of Courage And Resilience.

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