“We want to offer the country a clear and compelling choice so that we can earn a mandate from the nation to fix our country’s problems, and those kinds of comments get in the way of that kind of dialogue we need to have,” Ryan said.
“That’s why I did that. That’s why I spoke out against it, and it won’t be the last time if this continues,” he added. “Hopefully, this won’t continue… Hopefully, the campaign will move in a better direction so it will be one that we can be proud of.”
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