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Paul Ryan Archive

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Jake Tapper hosts a Town Hall discussion with Speaker of the House Paul Ryan from Racine, Wisconsin.
Topics: Paul Ryan, US House, US Congress, Jobs, Poverty, Taxes, Welfare
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Jake Tapper hosts a Town Hall discussion with Speaker of the House Paul Ryan from Racine, Wisconsin.
Topics: Paul Ryan, US House, US Congress, Military, Afghanistan, Terrorism, Civil Rights, Religion, Health...