What I think the president recognizes, what we all recognize is that this is a once in a generation moment, once in a generation opportunity.
Ryan noted that the overhaul process started more than a year ago with a Republican task force producing a "consensus plan that we all ran on together".
No evidence of Americans "colluding" with Russia The Hill's 12:30 Report GOP leader: Leaked ObamaCare replacement "no longer" viable MORE (R-Wis.) told NBC News that he has seen no evidence of Americans "colluding" with Russian officials during the presidential campaign, though he declined to comment on whether there's proof that President Trump's campaign aides communicated with Russia.
The House and Senate intelligence committees are already examining Russian interference in the election, as is the Federal Bureau of Investigation. "There's nothing new with that".
"The President has spoken forcefully time and time again that he has no interest in Russia.... and yet you keep asking...to try to find something", Spicer said during his daily press briefing Monday after being peppered with repeated questions about the ongoing probes into Russian meddling.
Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl says Trump supporters are 'fucked' in the head
This was followed by a mysterious countdown on their official website and a number of other clues dotted across the internet. The Cheese and Grain show is now streaming - notable in itself as it is the first Foo Fighters gig since November 2015.
But the Speaker did not rule out the possibility that he might have seen evidence of communication between Trump campaign officials and Russian Federation.
Ryan said it was clear Russian Federation was trying to meddle in the election. "Not in the least", he said.
House Speaker Paul Ryan says it doesn't concern him that President Donald Trump doesn't offer more detailed plans to fulfill his lofty campaign promises because "I see him as more of a chairman". They gave us a system where costs went up not down.
He also said that President Trump is better at delegating to experts instead of focusing on details. "And I think it's going to be something that's going to be really respected". "The administration is opposed to changing benefits for people at or near retirement", Ryan said.
"What people like me have been saying - for those of us in the younger generation ... these programs will be bankrupt by the time we get there".