Paul Ryan: 'We're On a Rescue Mission' for Obamacare

Posted March 01, 2017

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Ryan's comments came at a traditional breakfast with anchors and correspondents ahead of President Trump's address to a joint session of Congress Tuesday evening.

"[James] Clapper and [John] Brennan did a governmentwide investigation from November through December. We have to reform them for the next generation". "We need to make sure that nothing happened that shouldn't have happened as we go forward", Ryan said during a televised interview Tuesday with NBC's Today show.

Before he was inaugurated as the country's 45th president, Trump reluctantly accepted the finding that Russian President Vladimir Putin interfered with the election, but says he knows of no contacts between his campaign aides and Russian intelligence officials. We all know that.

"The President has spoken forcefully time and time again that he has no interest in Russia.... and yet you keep asking...to try to find something", Spicer said during his daily press briefing Monday after being peppered with repeated questions about the ongoing probes into Russian meddling.

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"The intelligence agencies have not provided me or the committee any information about those three Americans communicating with Russians", Nunes said.

But the Speaker did not rule out the possibility that he might have seen evidence of communication between Trump campaign officials and Russian Federation. "Do I think that it affected the outcome?" They gave us a system where choices went away.

He also said that President Trump is better at delegating to experts instead of focusing on details.

"I don't think the administration is opposed to long term entitlement reform. Let me say that again: The current tax code discriminates against people who don't get health care at work".