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Ryan: I Don’t Want to Risk a Veto On Immigration Bill That Trump Doesn’t Support

By Thomas McKinless

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At a press conference Thursday, Speaker Paul D. Ryan said he doesn’t want to risk a veto from President Donald Trump on an immigration bill the White House doesn’t support. The statement came one day after Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s Wednesday floor speech marathon asking Ryan to bring bipartisan immigration legislation to the floor.

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