Paul Ryan Says Moore Should ‘Step Aside,’ Allegations ‘Are Credible’
CNN ^ | 11/14/17 | Phil Mattingly, Lauren Fox and Eli Watkins
Posted on 11/14/2017 2:46:03 PM PST by Enlightened1
House Speaker Paul Ryan called allegations leveled against Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore about pursuing relationships with teenage girls and committing sexual assault “credible” and that he should step aside.
“He should step aside,” Ryan told CNN Tuesday morning. “Number one, these allegations are credible. Number two, if he cares about the values that he claims to care about, then he should step aside.” Ryan becomes the latest high-profile Republican voice to call on Moore to step aside, following more than two dozen Republican senators, including some of whom have suggested voting to expel Moore from the Senate should he win the December 12 special election.
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One thing for sure. When it comes to stabbing conservatives and President Trump in the back… Paul Ryan is certainly a competitor.
Why does the Republican House members continue to elect this back stabbing jerk as the House Speaker? Ryan is absolutely horrible!
They’re not credible in the least because he doesn’t have any accusers AFTER the 1970s. Did he suddenly get cured? I thought being a pedo was incurable.
A RINO Republican practicing RINO Republicanism=Nothing To See Here
Most of the allegations have been proven fake, and Paul Ryan says it credible.
Ryan is the one who should step aside.
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