Fox News Radio's Todd Starnes said he is "cautiously optimistic" that Congress can work to pass key items on President Trump's agenda within the first 200 days.

House Speaker Paul Ryan told Sean Hannity in an interview that he is supportive of Trump's agenda and hopes to pass related legislation within that timeframe.

"It's going to be the American people who have to rise up and make sure they hold their elected officials accountable," Starnes said on "Hannity."

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"All of us gun-toting, Bible-clinging, deplorable Americans are cautiously optimistic that the Republicans can do that," Starnes said.

Republicans, he said, have a "bad habit" of campaigning as more conservative legislators than they turn out to be once they are sworn-in to Congress.

"I think Paul Ryan is going to be a helper to President Trump," the "Deplorable's Guide" and "God Less America" author said.

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