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Speaker Ryan Warns Republicans to Stop 'Yelling at Each Other'

By    |   Thursday, 26 October 2017 01:43 PM

House Speaker Paul Ryan on Thursday admonished Republicans to "stop yelling at each other," the Washington Examiner reported.

"I don't think the American people want to see us up here yelling at each other," Ryan said, the Examiner reported. "The American people want to see results. The more unified we are in solving people's problems, that is what they expect."

Ryan's comments come during a week that has seen two Republican senators publicly feud with President Donald Trump, including one, Sen. Jeff Flake, who announced his retirement while pointing a finger at the president.

Sen. Bob Corker also re-engaged with the president this week on morning talk shows and Twitter, reigniting a feud that started once he also announced in late September that he would not seek re-election.

"If we are calling each other names, or calling each other out or saying things against each other, what does that do to help a working mother get ahead," Ryan said Thursday, the Examiner reported. "What does that do to help a veteran get benefits he deserves? What does that do to advance tax reform?"

Ryan joined Sen. Ted Cruz on the adult side of the aisle; the Texas Republican earlier this week told his fellow senators to "shut up and do your job."

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