This is hilarious! Finally, Ryan is coming around!
From Gateway Pundit:
“This is good news…
Maybe Paul Ryan is finally understanding that HE is not the the party leader — It’s Trump.
Paul Ryan flubbed his introduction today of Vice President-elect Mike Pence calling him “Trump.”
It was pretty funny.
Mike Pence went on to discuss the the Republican Party’s plan to create jobs, build a border wall and repeal Obamacare.”
The Hill went on to report:
House Republicans are planning to get an ObamaCare repeal bill on President-elect Trump’s desk by Feb. 20, while the administration moves forward with executive actions to start unwinding ObamaCare on day one.
The Feb. 20 target was put forward by incoming House Budget Committee Chairman Diane Black (R-Tenn.), said Rep. Markwayne Mullin (R-Okla.), leaving a meeting with House Republicans and Vice President-elect Mike Pence on Wednesday.
Pence said Trump plans to take executive actions to start unwinding ObamaCare on day one, but did not get into specifics.
“It will be an orderly transition to something better … using executive authority to ensure it’s an orderly transition,” Pence told reporters. “We’re working now on a series of executive orders that will enable that orderly transition to take place even as Congress appropriately debates alternatives to and replacements for ObamaCare.”
Rep. Chris Collins (R-N.Y.), an early Trump supporter, added that, “The president in his first day in office is going to do some level of executive orders related to ObamaCare.”
But Collins said there were “no details whatsoever” on the orders discussed in the meeting.
Incoming White House press secretary Sean Spicer told reporters Tuesday that Trump considers Inauguration Day as “Day One” of his presidency.
“He is prepared and ready to go. As he’s said before, he wants to enact real change on day one. That will mean within hours of being sworn in,” Spicer said. “He put his team on notice that he expects nothing less than everyone getting right to work for the American people.”
Pence’s call for an “orderly” transition comes as healthcare experts warn that the Republican strategy of repealing ObamaCare on a delay without an immediate replacement would cause chaos, leading to insurers dropping out of the market and people having few or no options for coverage.
Republicans still have obstacles to overcome. They have not decided how long to delay the repeal of ObamaCare. Options floated range from two years to four years.
Some Senate Republicans, meanwhile, are uneasy with the idea of repealing ObamaCare without a replacement immediately available.
Twenty million people stand to lose coverage if ObamaCare is repealed and no replacement materializes.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) this week became the latest Republican to call for simultaneous repeal and replace.