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Paul Ryan "Sickened" by Donald Trump, Still Supports Donald Trump

Speaker of the House Paul Ryan was set to appear at a big Wisconsin rally on Saturday featuring Republican presidential standard-bearer Donald Trump, Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson, and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker. That event, which was to be called “Wisconsin Fall Fest,” will no longer feature the Republican presidential candidate after the release of a 2005 tape in which he is heard seeming to describe sexual assaulting women.
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