Trump Refuses to Endorse Paul Ryan – “I’m Just Not There Yet”

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
August 3, 2016



Trump has blasted the filthy traitor Paul Ryan, throwing his words back in his face!

You should have never tried to stump the Trump, Ryan, you little worm!

And John McCain – you should move to Israel, you rat!

You’re all gonna be out!

Washington Post:

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump escalated his war with his own party’s leadership Tuesday by refusing to endorse House Speaker Paul D. Ryan or Sen. John McCain, two of the GOP’s highest-ranking elected officials, in their primary campaigns.

Trump’s comments — an extraordinary breach of political decorum that underscores the party’s deep divisions — came as President Obama delivered his sternest rebuke yet of the celebrity mogul candidate. Obama declared Trump “unfit to serve as president” and “woefully unprepared to do this job,” and he challenged Republican leaders to withdraw their support of their nominee.

Listen to the monkey, cucks!

He is your master!

Trump is the Leader of NOBLE MEN!

We don’t need any of you faggots!

In an interview with The Washington Post on Tuesday, Trump said he was not backing Ryan in his primary election next Tuesday in Wisconsin, or McCain in his Arizona primary later this month. Both have endorsed Trump but have criticized some of his policies and statements, most recently his belittling of the parents of dead U.S. Army Capt. Humayun Khan.

“Belittling,” WaPo?

Why don’t you quote the “belittling,” you filthy kikes?

I posted the transcript just today – show me the exact phrase which is “belittling.”

But you won’t.


Because as the email hack showed, you are an agent of the DNC!

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 need very, very strong leadership. And I’m just not quite there yet. I’m not quite there yet.

This is the best, best, best thing ever.

The little bitch-boy’s words, said on the Jake Tapper show after Trump won the nomination, were:

I’m just not ready to do that at this point. I’m not there right now.

The gayest, faggot nonsense ever – and Trump just threw it back directly at him.

I hate Paul Ryan so, so much.

Trump said that Ryan has sought his endorsement but that he is only “giving it very serious consideration.” Responding to Trump, Ryan spokesman Zack Roday said in a statement: “Neither Speaker Ryan nor anyone on his team has ever asked for Donald Trump’s endorsement. And we are confident in a victory next week regardless.

His primary is next week.

Trump’s statements about Ryan are the latest hiccup in what has been a fraught relationship for the two party leaders. Ryan endorsed Trump this spring and spoke on his behalf at the convention, but only after a period of public soul-searching.

Ryan has disagreed with Trump on several key issues — including his proposed temporary ban on Muslims entering the United States — and he issued a statement over the weekend that indirectly criticized Trump’s comments about the Khans.

“Many Muslim Americans have served valiantly in our military, and made the ultimate sacrifice,” Ryan said in the statement. “Captain Khan was one such brave example. His sacrifice — and that of Khizr and Ghazala Khan — should always be honored. Period.”

You smarmy little faggot.

You have no idea which way the wind blows and the bell tolls for thee.

Whether you win next week or not, your career is over.

In fact I’m not only supporting Paul Nehlen against you – I am going to support whatever Democrat is running against you if you beat Nehlen.

I am going to tell my readers in Wisconsin to vote for the Democrat. Because one extra Democrat Congressman could never do as much damage as you’ve done. And that will force a new Speaker of the House, who will be a Republican and who will be a shitlord.

We simply cannot have you trying to thwart Trump at every pass, you goofy little prick.

In the interview, Trump rejected the suggestion that some people have concluded that he lacks common decency. “I think frankly a lot of people agree with what I’m saying,” he said. “I was viciously attacked on the stage. All I did was respond to it. Pure and simple. It should’ve been a one-hour story, and they make it a longer story.”

He blamed what he called “unfair media” for giving the Khans a platform.

Nehlen, Ryan’s primary opponent, came to Trump’s defense over his confrontation with the Khans, for which Trump thanked him in a tweet Monday night. Trump’s shout-out sparked speculation that he might endorse Nehlen.

Asked about this in the interview, Trump said Ryan’s “opponent is a big fan of what I’m saying — big fan. His opponent, who’s running a very good campaign, obviously, I’ve heard — his opponent sent me a very scholarly and well-thought-out letter yesterday, and all I did was say thank you very much for your very nice letter.”

On Monday, McCain, a Vietnam War hero, issued a lengthy statement denouncing Trump for his comments about the Khan family. Asked about McCain’s rebuke, Trump said, “I haven’t endorsed John McCain.

“I’ve never been there with John McCain because I’ve always felt that he should have done a much better job for the vets,” Trump continued. “He has not done a good job for the vets, and I’ve always felt that he should have done a much better job for the vets. So I’ve always had a difficult time with John for that reason, because our vets are not being treated properly. They’re not being treated fairly.”

McCain did not comment on Trump’s remarks Tuesday. But he did meet with Trump’s running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, who was in Arizona on Tuesday for two rallies.

McCain is locked in a three-way primary — the election is Aug. 30, and early voting begins this week — against former state senator Kelli Ward and tea party activist Clair Van Steenwyk. A third challenger, Alex Meluskey, suspended his campaign this week.

I don’t know who any of those people are, but as with Ryan, any single human being, including a Democrat or a communist or whatever, would be better than McCain. Junior Congressmen don’t have any power anyway – it is just about cleansing these bastard cucks from the GOP once and for all.

Trump went on to say that if he loses the election, he will start two or three “anti-certain candidate” super PACs, which he vowed to fund with $10 million apiece, to savage Republicans or Democrats of his choosing in future elections. He said his targets might include Sen. Ted Cruz (Tex.) or Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who both lost in the primaries to Trump but are eyeing another run in 2020.


But it won’t be necessary, because he isn’t going to lose.

And when he wins, he can just tell the people who to vote out and they will vote them out.

The end of conservatism is so deeply invigorating to watch. It is one of the most fantastic things I have ever seen in my life.

The GOP is now a Nationalist party. And whatever happens, that reality is here to stay.