President Barack Obama, 54, is laying down the law when it comes to the requirements for the next president — and it doesn’t include hosting The Apprentice. Obama told Jimmy Fallon, 41, during a Tonight Show segment taped on June 8 that his main role in this election is to remind the American people that the job of president is a serious one, while dissing Donald Trump, 69.
No matter what comes out of Donald Trump’s, 69, mouth, Paul Ryan, 46, the Republican Speaker of the House is going to vote for him. After Trump trashed a judge for being “Mexican,” Paul said that he’s still standing by the GOP’s pick for President.
Forget Taylor Swift, 26, and Calvin Harris, 32 — there’s still plenty of love in politics. In fact, the brand new GOP bromance is between Paul Ryan, 46, and the 2016 Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump, 69. After a little bit of “bad blood,” Paul has come around to give Donald his approval!
When Paul Ryan, 46, has something to say, the political world listens. The Speaker of the House has been caught up in some drama over whether or not to support Donald Trump, 69, for president. After finally meeting the ex-Celebrity Apprentice star face-to-face, Paul still didn’t give Donald his seal of approval!
Paul Ryan has officially had enough of Donald Trump. Though he’s been largely evasive when it comes to this year’s intense Republican presidential race, even he couldn’t resist jumping into the crossfire on March 1 after learning that Trump had blatantly refused to denounce former KKK leader David Duke and other white supremacists groups in a string of interviews a few days prior. Speaking ahead of the Super Tuesday polls, the Speaker of the House made his feelings about the GOP front-runner known when he publicly condemned Trump’s behavior and called for an end of his”seeming ambivalence” towards racism and those who support it.
The room erupted in applause on several occasions during President Barack Obama’s State of the Union speech on Jan. 12, but one person who looked consistently less than thrilled was House Speaker, Paul Ryan. Although he was seated front-and-center right behind the President, he failed to support Obama’s empowering speech — and some of our favorite stars took notice.