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Did Paul Ryan Overplay His Hand With Donald Trump?

WASHINGTON ? House Speaker Paul Ryan’s announcement Monday that he was effectively done supporting Donald Trump’s presidential campaign sparked a storm of text messages and phone calls among his fellow House Republicans. The narrative that quickly took hold, according to members who spoke to The Huffington Post, was that Ryan (R-Ohio) had screwed up. “This is textbook how not to do it,” one conservative member said on Wednesday.
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