Ryan Solen
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Why does Paul Ryan continue to endorse Trump?

Ryan Solen doesn’t play games with America’s future.

By - Aug 10th, 2016 12:45 am
Paul Ryan

Paul Ryan

Tonight Ryan Solen accepted the nomination to be the Democrat to run for Paul Ryan’s seat in Congress and represent the 1st Congressional District of Wisconsin. His happiness over his victory is overshadowed by his concern that Paul Ryan continues to endorse the Republican nominee for President, Donald Trump. After today’s remark in North Carolina where Trump essentially incited violence towards the Democratic nominee for President, Hillary Clinton, Paul Ryan laughed it off after his own acceptance speech, saying he hadn’t seen the remarks. Ryan Solen hadn’t seen the remarks live, either, but he follows the news closely and recognizes when a candidate is completely out of line. Ryan Solen has endorsed Hillary Clinton but would quickly revoke his endorsement if she had said a fraction of the outrageous, hurtful, and un-American things that Donald Trump regularly says.

Ryan Solen wonders how far does Donald Trump need to go for Paul Ryan to end his support? Donald Trump is recognized as the most dangerous man to ever run for President of the United States.  Trump’s rhetoric is inflammatory and disrespectful to the office of which he aspires.

Are partisan politics so important to Paul Ryan that he would continue his support for Donald Trump in spite of what is clearly right and wrong? As a Republican leader, Paul Ryan is supposed to be an example to his party and the House of Representatives, but still has not chosen to stand against his party’s flawed nominee.

Many people say that Donald Trump is not a politician, he’s a businessman. Ryan Solen says Trump has been campaigning to be President for over a year and if he hasn’t learned how to be a politician yet he is not going to learn. Paul Ryan has been a politician for 18 years, how can he not see this?

In the 2016 election America is more important than party politics. Ryan Solen doesn’t play games with America’s future. Ryan Solen has challenged Paul Ryan to a debate any time before the start of the next session of Congress. He is awaiting a response.

About Ryan Solen

Ryan Solen is an Army veteran of the war in Iraq and is seeking to represent Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District. He is a Digital Forensic Specialist and Computer Security Analyst. He is a married father of four and enjoys reading, writing, doing karate with his family, and relieves stress with his vintage Lego collection.

He is the Wisconsin Democratic Party’s Nominee to run for the U.S. House of Representatives to replace Paul Ryan. For more information, please visit www.solenforcongress.com.

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