United States House of Representatives(MADISON, Wis.) — House Speaker Paul Ryan is expected to condemn Hillary Clinton’s governing vision and the “failure of liberal progressivism” in an address Friday to Republican college students in Wisconsin. It will be his first political event since last Friday’s reporting on a damning 2005 video in which Donald Trump boasted of groping women without their consent.
“Liberal progressivism is not government for the people. It is government for the elites,” Ryan is expected to say later Friday, according to his office. “You see, when Hillary Clinton says we are ‘stronger together,’ what she means is we are stronger if we are all subject to the state. What she means is we are stronger if we give up our ties of responsibility to one another and hand all of that over to government.”
He will also participate in a Q&A with the University of Wisconsin-Madison College Republicans.
The session will come a day after he addressed business leaders in Brookfield, Wisconsin, assuring them, for instance, that Republicans are running on a conservative policy agenda with alternatives to Obamacare.
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