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Paul Ryan Confronted About Trump’s ‘Bullying’ on Social Media

When Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) fielded questions during a town hall on CNN Monday night, an audience member asked him how he explained President Donald  Trump’s words and actions when talking with his children.

Ryan replied and said that he wished the president hadn’t tweeted some of the things he did, he indicated that he saw himself, not the president, as responsible for leading his children by example. “At the end of the day, what I control are my own actions,” Ryan said.

“When it comes to leading by example, we do this ourselves. And so, we define ourselves by our own actions and we’re in control of our own actions,” Ryan also said.

While Ryan did lament some of Trump’s previous tweets, he did seem to praise the president’s ability to move past the media and speak directly to the American people:

Although Ryan lamented some of Trump’s previous tweets, he seemed to praise the president’s ability to bypass the media and speak directly to the American people:

“Do I wish there would be a little less tweeting? Of course I do. But I think — I don’t think that it’s going to change. I think the president feels, and he rightfully feels, that he has found a way to communicate directly with people around the media and I think he’s been very successful at doing that.”

In June, Ryan specifically called out Trump’s tweet about turning away MSNBC host Mika Brezinski from a New Years Eve party:

“Obviously, I don’t see that as an appropriate comment,” Ryan said, adding that Trump’s comments didn’t help improve civility in politics.

“Look, what we are trying to do today is improve the tone and civility of the debate, and this obviously doesn’t help do that,” he said.