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“I understand the president’s frustration”: Ryan

By Reuters
31 March 2017   |   4:48 am
U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan tells reporters "It's very understandable that the president is frustrated that we haven't gotten to where we need to go" on healthcare. Ryan was responding to a question about President Trump's morning tweet criticising the House Freedom Caucus.

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