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Trump's 'Americanism' starts to look very familiar to Ryan

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Trump's 'Americanism' starts to look very familiar to Ryan

As of Monday morning, you can add Ivanka Trump to the list of people getting protection from the Secret Service this election cycle.

It's not unusual for the children of presidential candidates to receive their own security detail courtesy of the federal government (Chelsea Clinton has been under Secret Service protection for several weeks now.), but there's something unique about Ivanka's case.

The meeting was requested by Ivanka Trump, according to the speaker's office. The source familiar with the meeting said that daughter of Donald Trump had the "productive conversation" with Mr. Ryan.

"She was good", Rep. Peter King, R-New York, told reporters at the time. And long before that, Ryan distanced himself from some of Trump's most controversial statements, such as his proposal to ban Muslims from entering the U.S. No reason was given for why Ivanka Trump was given one.

Ryan has an experience how to be a part's nominee, he learned a lot of useful things in 2012, when he was a Republican ticket as the party's candidate for vice president. "I would think that just with the pace of inversions and takeovers that the case for tax reform is indisputable and we can overcome those ideological barricades that dominate the other side of the aisle".

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