House Speaker Paul Ryan poked fun at himself, the Senate's top Democrat and even the Catholic church on Thursday night. But the top target of the speaker's ribbing was President Donald Trump himself.
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Paul Ryan has been widely criticized for his reactions to Donald Trump. But the gloves came off during the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner. The Speaker of the House got in some very cutting jokes about the president of the United States during the event. Ryan was the keynote speaker at the Al Smith Dinner in New York City yesterday. Show More Summary
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan rolled out comedy material aimed at Donald Trump during Ryan’s keynote address at the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner in New York. Here’s a taste, posted by the AP …
I admit. He did have a good set at the Al Smith dinner.
This is truly, as they used to say, "a laff riot." Paul Ryan was interviewed on CBS This Morning, and Charlie Rose treated him with kid gloves. (Made me wish for Chris Cuomo.) "Can I ask you?" Rose said. "George W. Bush spoke yesterday and he said bigotry seemed to be emboldened?" "Yeah. Show More Summary
House Speaker Paul D. Ryan said Friday that the Republican tax overhaul will include a fourth bracket for the wealthiest Americans at the insistence of President Trump to ensure that high earners don’t benefit more than the middle class. The bracket would be “designed to make sure we don’t have...
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan burned President Trump with a few jokes at the annual Al Smith charity dinner in New York. Following is a transcript of the video. Paul Ryan: You know what I find amazing about this is I don't think I've...Show More Summary
When people think "funny," I'm fairly confident Paul Ryan does not come to mind. Still, the Speaker of the House decided he'd try to roast Donald Trump and crack some jokes about Twitter during his keynote speech at Thursday's Alfred E. Show More Summary
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House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) made numerous jokes at President Donald Trump’s expense on Thursday night during the annual Al Smith Dinner in New York.
It’s too bad Paul Ryan is a powerless comedian rather than some kind of high-ranking federal officeholder.
As opposed to the awkward cat calls and snide looks of last year's Al Smith Memorial dinner (roast) - just days before the election, Speaker Paul Ryan's comments last night had a little for everyone... and no one booed! He began with some jabs at President Trump to soften the audience up... "Enough with the applause... Show More Summary
Paul Ryan headlined the annual white tie Al Smith charity dinner in Midtown last night, making a number of what I can only assume are jokes. Set-ups and punchlines included Donald Trump, Steve Bannon, Russia, and, basically, the end of liberal democracy. Show More Summary
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House Speaker Paul Ryan spoke at the annual Al Smith charity dinner Thursday night. Throughout his speech, he jabbed President Donald Trump in a series of jokes about Russia, Twitter, and the White House. Trump caused controversy and...Show More Summary
Paul Ryan made fun of a lot of people at the Al Smith dinner, including himself, but he saved the best of his lighthearted barbs for Trump.
Ryan was the keynote speaker at the Al Smith dinner, which encourages speakers to “poke fun at a political issue, an opponent, or themselves.”