REPORT: Paul Ryan speaks out on his biggest ‘unfinished business’

JUNE 11, 2019

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PHILADELPHIA — Paul Ryan said Monday that reforms to entitlement spending and immigration were the biggest “unfinished business” of his speakership.

“Those are the two big things that have to be dealt with,” Ryan said in a rare public address at an electric utility industry conference hosted by the Edison Electric Institute. “Our politics are not letting us solve those problems. Our politics are vicious right now.”

The article goes on to state the following:

Ryan was outlining his preferred agenda after he was asked by Edison Electric Institute President Thomas Kuhn whether he would run for president in the future. The former House speaker from Wisconsin did not answer the question directly, instead discussing Republicans’ “unfinished business.”

“One thing I regret the most is we did not get a debt reduction plan in place,” Ryan said. “If you don’t get these entitlements under control, we will have a debt crisis in this country. Immigration has been plagued by politics. If we solve the immigration problem, which is totally solvable, and our debt problem, which is totally solvable, we are going to be great.”

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