Trump Berates Ryan Over Entitlements

Monday, 22 Aug 2011 01:19 PM

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Talk has emerged in recent days that House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan is considering a bid for the Republican presidential nomination. Don’t count Donald Trump as one of his supporters. The real estate mogul/reality TV star ripped the Wisconsin congressman when asked about his presidential prospects on Fox News.


Ryan’s plan to cut spending on Medicare and Medicaid doesn’t make the grade, Trump said.


"I think his attack on Medicare makes him absolutely non-tenable. I don't believe that he will run, number one. And I think that when he came out with a plan, attacking Medicare and Medicaid, that ends his presidential hopes —at least for a long period of time."

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