Trump has enemies at every turn.
The Democrats and the Mainstream Media want Trump thrown out of office.
And Paul Ryan joined Democrats when he issued the ultimate backstab to Trump.
The famed loser who lost Republicans control of the House has decided to work in conjunction with Democratic efforts to kick Trump from the White House.
During a lecture in Vero Beach, Florida, the now disgraced Paul Ryan piled on when he claimed that Donald Trump could lose 2020 if Trump’s personality is the focal point of the campaign.
“The person who defines that race is going to win the race. If this is about Donald Trump and his personality, he isn’t going to win it,” Ryan claimed.
Ryan went on lecturing about Trump’s style saying the President should focus on issue substance and not style if he wishes to win re-election.
The fact that famed loser Paul Ryan, who all but helped secure a GOP defeat in the House, is telling Donald Trump how to win the presidency after Trump took on and defeated the Bush and Clinton dynasties is laughable.
Trump and Ryan have had a contentious relationship up until Ryan decided to throw in the towel and retire after just three years as House Speaker.
His departure was a blessing. In an interview with Daily Caller, Trump blamed the former Speaker for failing to help secure funding to build the wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
“Well, I was going to veto the omnibus bill and Paul told me in the strongest of language, ‘Please don’t do that, we’ll get you the wall.’ And I said, ‘I hope you mean that, because I don’t like this bill,’” the President told the outlet.
“Paul told me in the strongest of terms that, ‘Please sign this and if you sign this we will get you that wall.’ Which is desperately needed by our country. Humanitarian crisis, trafficking, drugs, you know, everything — people, criminals, gangs, so, you know, we need the wall,” he added. “And then he went lame duck.”
Paul Ryan was always a Never Trumper. Trump knew it, voters knew it. But he was the heir apparent in the Speakership, and was one of the biggest roadblocks to Trump’s America First agenda.
Ryan even vowed to never defend then-candidate Trump with the October 2016 release of the Access Hollywood tape.
“His comments are not anywhere in keeping with our party’s principles and values. There are basically two things that I want to make really clear, as for myself as your Speaker. I am not going to defend Donald Trump—not now, not in the future. As you probably heard, I disinvited him from my first congressional district GOP event this weekend—a thing I do every year. And I’m not going to be campaigning with him over the next 30 days,” Ryan said in a call with Republican lawmakers.
But after the Trump’s landslide victory against Hillary Clinton, Paul Ryan had no choice but to bend the knee.
And while Paul Ryan is joining Democrats in trying to oust Trump, Republican Minority Leader in the House, Kevin McCarthy is defending the President against Ryan, saying he is confident Trump will win re-election.
“I believe this President will win re-election,” McCarthy said in response to a question from CNN at a weekly House GOP news conference. “I believe this President could run on many different items.”
President Trump is experiencing record approval ratings from within his own party and even across the board.
He is primed to run a strong campaign that will lead him to victory in 2020.
We will keep you updated on the 2020 election.