President-elect Donald Trump can be counted on to tell the truth. Even when you don’t like it.
During a Wisconsin stop on his “Thank You Tour,” Trump praised Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, but fans weren’t feeling the love. They booed soundly at the mention of Ryan’s name.
“No, no, no,” Trump told the huge audience. “I’ve come to appreciate him. He’s a great guy and we have some amazing things in store.”
Trump went on to acknowledge the integrity of political opponents like Ryan and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker who had opposed him. He was doing his level best to unify the Republican Party after the most bitter election in memory, asking all Americans to set differences aside in order to move on an ambitious agenda — and that’s a smart move.
Ryan had praise for Trump, as well. In a Fox News interview with Sean Hannity on Dec. 9, Ryan said, “First of all, we agree on the same goals. Our agenda is one and the same.”
“We have so much to do, let’s forget about, you know, any — any differences in the past and let’s go get working on this agenda,” he added “And that’s exactly what we’ve been doing from — from that day on.”
“We’re not unified. We’re going to be,” Trump told the jubilant crowd at the Cincinnati, Ohio, stop of his tour, The Washington Times reported. “We are going to find common ground, and we are going to get the job done properly. America is going to start winning again big league.”
As early as Nov. 9, the day after the general election, Trump set the tone of reconciliation and unity with this statement:
“Now it’s time for America to bind the wounds of division, we have to get together. To all Republicans and Democrats and independents across this nation, I say, it is time for us to come together as one united people. “
That’s called leadership, and Trump is brilliant at it.
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