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Ryan Turns From Trump. What is to be done? @LaraMBrown. @SalenaZito. @NYPost.

“Ryan told his caucus on a Monday call that he’s done defending Trump and has instructed members to do whatever they need to win reelection. Trump has suffered a wave of high-profile Republican defections after a 2005 video was released Friday of him making obscene sexual remarks, and he’s furious over the GOP’s skittishness. "This happens all the time – if you sneeze [Ryan] calls up and announces, 'Isn’t that a terrible thing.' So look, I don’t want his support, I don’t care about his support," Trump continued.”.. http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/300523-trump-i-dont-want-ryans-support

Supporters of all genders, race and political persuasion were dressed in Trump shirts and Trump hats, waving signs and doubling-down on their decision to vote Trump. Nancy Ersly, an accountant from neighboring Sewickley — an affluent Pittsburgh suburb — said she could not wait to hear what the “next President of the United States” had to say, “My support for him has only gotten stronger,” she said in the wake of a video tape revealed Trump’s aggressive, vulgar comments about women in 2005. Ersly said she wasn’t happy with it, “But we knew what we were getting into with him, he is not a politician, never has been, he is a change agent in a change election,” she said. One day after the most acrimonious debate in modern presidential history, and three days after the video was released Trump was greeted by a massive crowd in this classic Rust Belt town. Many stood in line for hours to attend his Columbus Day rally — the Fire Marshall capped the gym at 2,600 inside the gym, outside in the school parking lot several thousands watched on a giant JumboTron. “We got here at noon,” said Janet Hartley, 55 who was still five blocks away from the school was 90 minutes before the event began. Her husband Ron, 54, a self-employed mechanic and life-long Democrat, said he switched for Trump because it was time for something different, “I am tired of the Clinton’s, sneaking and lying and corruption,” he said. Trump needs supporters to come out in a big way on Election Day in Western Pennsylvania, and he needs them to convince family, friends and neighbors to do so as well. To win the state, he must outsize his support in counties like this to offset heavily Democratic Philadelphia, the state’s most populous city, as well as several of the counties surrounding it.


Donald Trump declared war on the Republican establishment Tuesday, lashing out at House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (Wis.), Sen. John McCain (Ariz.) and other GOP elected officials as his supporters geared up to join the fight amid extraordinary turmoil within the party just four weeks before Election Day. One day after Ryan announced he would no longer campaign on Trump’s behalf, the GOP nominee said as part of a barrage of tweets that the top-ranking Republican is “weak and ineffective” and is providing “zero support” for his candidacy. Trump also declared that “the shackles have been taken off” him, liberating him to “fight for America the way I want to.” Trump called McCain “foul-mouthed” and accused him with no evidence of once begging for his support. The 2008 nominee pulled his endorsement following a Friday Washington Post report about a 2005 video in which Trump is heard making vulgar comments about forcing himself on women sexually. In perhaps the most piercing insult, Trump said his party is harder to deal with than even Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, whom conservatives loathe. Yet he also released a new TV ad featuring footage of C...