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Ryan Dumps Trump in New Leaked Audio

The Daily Beast
155 d ago


On a previously unheard tape, House Speaker Paul Ryan is heard telling fellow Republicans that he would not defend the embattled presidential candidatethen, or ever.
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In the October recording of Ryan posted by Breitbart on Monday, the House speaker is heard saying, "I am not going to defend Donald Trump — not now, not in the future."
Business Insider covered Ryan's remarks at the time , but this is the first time audio of the House speaker's words were made public. It is unclear why the audio was posted Monday, at a time when the House speaker and President Trump are busy touting the Republican Party's proposed replacement for Obamacare . The GOP's law known as the American Health Care Act is up against some hefty opposition among Republicans and Democrats.
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Breitbart said it was unclear exactly how many House Republicans participated in the October call with Ryan, who made the recording, or whether those who were involved knew it was being recorded.
Ryan at the time appeared resigned to the possibility that Hillary Clinton might win the election as the fallout from the Access Hollywood tape spread far and wide. At one point, Ryan said he would spend his "entire energy" making sure a potential President Hillary Clinton would not get a "blank check" with congressional majorities.
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The reporter who got Trump's 2005 tax return openly questioned whether Trump could have leaked it himself
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Speculation about who released some of President Donald Trump's 2005 federal tax return began swirling almost immediately after the documents were announced Tuesday night.
The documents were originally leaked anonymously to Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter David Cay Johnston. While discussing the pages with MSNBC's Rachel Maddow, Johnston suggested Trump himself could have leaked the documents to him.
Images of the 1040 forms were marked with a "Client Copy" stamp that suggested the documents may have been leaked by someone close to Trump, if not Trump himself.
The information contained within the tax documents also shed some light on Trump's finances. They suggest that Trump indeed paid some income tax; previously, the most notable information on the subject was an October report from The New York Times indicating that a copy of Trump's 1995 tax documents showed he may have avoided paying taxes for 18 years.
Johnston was not the only reporter who pondered the source of the leak.
"Think abt calculus of leaker if he/she is hostile to Trump," New York Times reporter Noam Scheiber tweeted . "Im going to leak tax return showing he paid... $38m in 05? What's that do for u?"
Johnston also gave some credence for the theory: "It's entirely possible" that Trump "sent this to me," he said on the show. Maddow even said on her program that the tax returns themselves weren't an important story; rather, she said, the fact they were leaked to a reporter was.
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. @TomiLahren : It’s a rough night for all of those that have really dedicated the past 6 months of their lives to delegitimizing Pres. Trump. pic.twitter.com/thNpYf5pAO
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David Cay Johnston, the reporter who obtained the tax information — and who Trump tweeted that "nobody ever heard of" — won a Pulitzer Prize in 2001 and wrote a biography of Trump, "The Making of Donald Trump," in 2016.
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