Speaker Paul Ryan undercut President Donald Trump on Thursday after Trump ended a delay on tariffs imposed on foreign steel and aluminum.
U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan said on Wednesday President Donald Trump should not pardon himself, weighing in on the president’s assertion that he had “absolute” power to do so. Asked whether Trump can legally pardon himself, Ryan told reporters at the U.S. Capitol: “I don’t know the technical answer to that question but obviously he shouldn’t. No one is above the law.” Trump made the pardon assertion in a series of Twitter posts on Monday …
Sixteen months ago during a nationally televised town hall, Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan assured a concerned Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipient that she had nothing to worry about. "I want you to know that DACA has helped me,” she told him last January. Her daughter, wide-eyed, stood next to her. “Do you think that I should be deported?"
"No," he replied. "First of all, I can see that you love your daughter and you are a nice person who has a great...