Donald Trump with a Special Message for Paul Ryan

In West Allis, Wisconsin, thousands of people braves the cold to see President-elect Donald Trump. They were not let them down. Donald Trump with a special message for Paul Ryan.

Trump told the crowd in Wisconsin that they are going to say Merry Christmas again. Also, he told them that we’re going to build the wall.

Trump Tells Paul Ryan We’re Going to Build the Wall

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Donald Trump: Speaker Paul Ryan, where’s the speaker? Speaker Ryan. He has been, I tell you, he has been terrific. And you know, honestly, he’s like a fine wine. Every day goes by I get to appreciate his genius more and more. Now, if he ever goes against me I’m not going to say that. He’s a great guy and we have some amazing things in store. We’re going to work on taxes. We’re going to work on Obamacare. We’re going to work on things and he’s going to lead the way. So…

Crowd: And the wall!

Donald Trump: Oh, we’re going to work on the wall, Paul! You think we’re playing games.Somebody said the other day, well now that Trump won he’s really not going to build the wall. We’re going to build the wall, Ok?

All week Trump will be having thank you rallies. His stops include Wisconsin, Florida, Pennsylvania and Alabama.

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