One of the great questions of Donald Trump’s presidency is how well he’ll get along with House Speaker Paul Ryan and more traditional conservatives. If the president’s meeting with congressional Republicans in Philadelphia on Thursday is any indication, the answer is they’ll do very well.
One of my sources on the inside at the retreat sent me a picture of the
Commander In Chief Demander-and-Thief and what seems to be (from this picture) the Streaker of the House.
Original image (if anyone can tell me the name of this painting and the artist, I would appreciate it. I looked and looked with no success.)
[F]or the most part, it was all cheers—for deregulation, for promoting anti-abortion policies, for cutting taxes. Trump and Ryan were all smiles, and while the speaker may take a different tone on the idea of voter fraud or other Trump obsessions, the truth is that the relationship is already pretty solid.
Trump made note that Ryan and his GOP colleagues regularly passed conservative bills that either died in the Senate or were vetoed by Obama. Trump said Ryan is going to do “a lot of writing” that he will ultimately sign.
You can read the entire article for the list of actions Twitler and Cowardly Ryan are considering in order to destroy our country.