Mediaite - 5 hours ago
Paul Nehlen, the primary
Daily Beast - 6 hours ago
Asked whether he'd fight radical Islam by issuing—as Newt Gingrich previously suggested—a test of loyalty for Muslim-Americans to swear off Sharia law, Nehlen answered in the affirmative. “I believe the
ABC News - 3 hours ago
"Are you suggesting that we deport all of the Muslims in this country?" asked radio host Dan Proft. "I'm
CBS Local - 21 minutes ago
If the Muslim is Sharia compliant, that is in direct conflict with the U.S. Constitution,” Nehlen said. Nehlenis a longshot to upset Ryan in the primary. “If Paul Ryan is re-elected, if he's sent back to Congress,
The Hill (blog) - 5 hours ago
"Well, then, the question is why do we have Muslims in the country," Nehlen said in response to
The Weekly Standard (blog) - 4 hours ago
Nehlen: If the
Morning Consult - 5 hours ago
These kinds of attacks on Ryan have typified Nehlen's angry campaign, in which he has attempted — and this week succeeded — to piggyback on Ryan's public feud with the party's presidential candidate, Donald Trump. Nehlen received a modest boost in ...
Daily Caller - 5 hours ago
“Then how do you implement the test that you want to implement?” he posed. “Are you suggesting that we deport all of the Muslims in this country.” “I'm suggesting we have a discussion about it, that's for sure,”
Janesville Gazette - 7 hours ago
Ryan's answers to these questions were submitted in writing. ... Nehlen: The congressional Authorization for Use of Military Force in the war on terrorism is expired, but we continue to fight wars around the globe. Members of Congress have asked Ryan ...
WND.com - Aug 3, 2016
While the momentum seems to be reaching a critical mass, the question is whether it will be too little, too late. “It needs to be stronger, because from the numbers I've seen it looks like Ryan has more money than Cantor did,” Gheen said. Nehlen has ...
Washington Post - Aug 2, 2016
Trump praised Ryan's underdog opponent, Paul Nehlen, for running “a very good campaign” and said of Ryan: “I like Paul, but these are horrible times for our country. We need very strong leadership. We
International Business Times - Aug 3, 2016
... will come to a vote July 9. But Trump, perhaps in retaliation for Ryan's rebukes of some of the nominee's recent controversial statements, told the Washington Post that he was "not quite there yet" in response to a question about his support for ...
KXII-TV - Aug 3, 2016
With the general election campaign now squarely underway, Republicans found themselves once again forced to answer questions about the latest boundary-defying pronouncement from Trump at a moment when most would rather be talking about Hillary ... "I ...
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - Aug 2, 2016
“I like Paul, but these are horrible times for our country,” Trump told the Post. “We need very strong leadership. We need very, very strong leadership. And I'm just not quite there yet. I'm not quite there yet.” Zack Roday, a Ryan campaign spokesman ...
Chicago Tribune - Aug 3, 2016
As Donald Trump holds off endorsing House Speaker Paul Ryan in Wisconsin's Republican primary, his running mate enthusiastically endorsed Ryan on Wednesday, calling him a "longtime friend" and "strong conservative leader." "I strongly support Paul ...
Miami Herald - Aug 3, 2016
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Fox 35 Orlando - Aug 3, 2016
Trump - who on Monday tweeted kind words for the speaker's underdog primary opponent, Wisconsin businessman Paul Nehlen - told The Washington Post that Ryan had asked for his support, a claim the Speaker's spokesman denied. "Neither ... "We need ...
National Review Online - Aug 2, 2016
Ryan, who has frequently criticized Trump in the two months since endorsing him, offered his latest rebuke over the weekend after Trump's comments about the parents of a deceased Muslim U.S. soldier. Nehlen sprang to the Republican nominee's defense, ...
WBRC FOX6 News - WBRC.com - Aug 3, 2016
The designation would trigger additional protections and make available federal dollars
Bloomberg - Aug 3, 2016
Ryan has disagreed with Trump several times -- including over his proposed temporary ban on
NewsWithViews.com - 17 hours ago
I strongly endorse Paul Nehlen for Congressman of Wisconsin's 1st district as Paul Ryan has proven he is a big government globalist. If you didn't like Ryan's $1.1 trillion Omnibus bill that gave Obama every nickel he asked for,you certainly will not ...
Chicago Tribune - Aug 2, 2016
Trump praised Ryan's underdog opponent, Paul Nehlen, for running "a very good campaign" and said of Ryan: "I like Paul, but these are horrible times for our country. We need very strong leadership. We
WBUR - Aug 2, 2016
... and up for re-election. But some persuasive forces — including GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump and conservative pundit Ann Coulter — are expressing support for his Wisconsin primary opponent Paul Nehlen. ... Ryan said he "rejects" any ...
ABC News - Aug 2, 2016
The dustup marked a significant crack in the difficult alliance between Trump and the Republican establishment and raised the question of whether any GOP office holders who have endorsed the billionaire would rescind their support. Ayotte's ... "We ...
U.S. News & World Report - Aug 2, 2016
With the Arizona state flag in the background, Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence answers a question at a campaign rally Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2016, in ... Top Republican donor and fundraiser Meg Whitman is endorsing Democrat Hillary Clinton ...
Duluth News Tribune - Aug 2, 2016
"The question I think that they have to ask themselves
The Christian Times - Aug 3, 2016
Trump has had a running dispute with Khizr and Ghazala Khan since they took the stage at last week's Democratic convention to cite their son's sacrifice and criticize Trump's proposed ban on Muslims entering the United States. ... In a mid-July survey ...
Daily Mail - Aug 2, 2016
In a mid-July survey by Harper Polling, Ryan was ahead of Nehlen by nearly 50 points. Trump ... "The question
Newsmax - Aug 2, 2016
Asked about endorsing Trump by CNN in May, Ryan said, "I'm just not ready to do that at this point. I'm not there right now." He did later endorse the nominee, though he has continued to disagree with Trump over issues such as banning Muslim immigration.
The Globe and Mail - Aug 2, 2016
“The question I think that they have to ask themselves