Paul Ryan: ‘We’re Not Going to Bring Immigration Legislation Through that the President Doesn’t Support’

‘It’s going to be a bill that we support, that the president supports’


RYAN: "Let me be very clear about this. We’ll take a bill that the president supports, so we look — put it this way, President Trump made a very serious and sincere offer of goodwill with the reforms that he sent to the Hill. That is what we should be working off of. Those are the bipartisan negotiations that the majority leader is conducting on our behalf. So we’re not going to bring immigration legislation through that the President doesn’t support. We’re working on something here in the House, we're working on bipartisan negotiations, it is going to be a bill that we support, that the President supports."

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