1. Speaker Ryan was re-elected to the Senate and the GOP maintained majorities in the House and Senate.
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4. Speaker Ryan left office at the end of 2018, and Democrat Nancy Pelosi took over as House speaker.
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5. Speaker Ryan was the leader of the House for Trump's first two years in office and worked closely with the President on legislative priorities during that period of unified Republican government.
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8. Speaker Ryan is disgracing Article 1 of the Constitution, and as a result, more [Yemeni] children will die.
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13. Speaker Ryan supports block granting Medicaid to the states and the privatization of social security and Medicare.
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15. In 2012, Speaker Ryan voted against the Simpson-Bowles commission proposal to reduce the deficit, because the proposal raised taxes and failed to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
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17. Speaker Ryan is the first individual from Wisconsin as well as the first member of Generation X to run on a major party's national ticket.
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30. In 2012, under Wisconsin election law, Speaker Ryan was allowed to run concurrently for vice president and for Congress and was not allowed to remove his name from the Congressional ballot after being nominated for the vice presidency.
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32. Speaker Ryan was a member of the College Republicans, and volunteered for the congressional campaign of John Boehner.
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33. Speaker Ryan participated in several academic and social clubs including the Model United Nations.
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