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GOP voters no longer want House Speaker Paul Ryan representing them as the face of the Republican Party.
In a brand new poll out today by NBC News, some 58 percent of republican voters want GOP presumptive nominee Donald Trump to lead the party, as opposed to only 39 percent who said they trust Ryan to be the leader of the party.
While nearly six in 10 republicans say they want Trump to be the face of the new GOP, Ryan has slowly come around to the New York businessman.
Just last week, there was a media circus surrounding a meeting between Trump and GOP party leaders, including Ryan. Afterwards, Ryan said it would take him time, but that he would eventually support Trump against Hillary Clinton in the presidential general election.
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