Ryan: 'With a Unified Republican Gov't, We Can Actually Get Things Done'
After meeting with President-elect Donald Trump, House Speaker Paul Ryan sat down with Bret Baier on "Special Report" for an exclusive interview.
Ryan acknowledged that he had a somewhat rocky relationship with Trump throughout the 2016 campaign, but he said that the end goal was always unity in the Republican Party, which they now have.
He credited Trump for helping down-ballot Republicans, from the House to the Senate to governorships to state legislatures.
Ryan said now it's about using those House and Senate majorities to get things done.
"With a unified Republican government, we can actually get things done for the people of this country," Ryan said. "We now have that. And now, we're working on putting the transition plans together to make sure that we can deliver that."
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