If Trump Wins The Primary, Paul Ryan Won’t Attend The Republican National Convention
Fox Corporation Board Member Paul Ryan announced this weekend that he will not attend the 2024 Republican National Convention in the event that former President Donald Trump wins the Republican Party nomination. Ryan was asked about his plans for the 2024 convention in Milwaukee during a radio interview broadcast on WISN ABC.
Former U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan from Wisconsin says he won't show up at the 2024 Republican National Convention in Milwaukee if former President Donald Trump is the nominee
— Matt Smith (@mattsmith_news) February 24, 2023
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Where The host asked Ryan about where he will be, and Ryan replied by saying it depends on who the nominee is. He also added that he will be here if it was not for somebody named Donald Trump. Paul Ryan quickly cut in when the host insisted on the answer, Ryan said again that he is not interested in participating.
Recent polling indicates that, relative to competitors and possible candidates, Trump is the clear frontrunner to win the GOP primary. Thursday, a Rasmussen Reports poll found that Trump had twice as many votes as Florida Governor Ron DeSantis in a fictitious Republican primary.
Trump received support from 52% of voters, while DeSantis was chosen by 24%. Even though Nikki Haley, the former U.N. ambassador and the most establishment-leaning of the three candidates, has the support of only 15% of respondents, she is still a strong contender.
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Ryan’s observation is noteworthy given his influential position on the Fox Corporation Board of Directors. Ryan has been a member of Fox Corporation’s board of directors since March 2019 and is currently the committee chair for both nominations and corporate governance.
According to Fox Corporation, he has the authority to establish broad corporate policies, set strategic direction, and oversee “management identification and management of risks” in his role. Fox News and Fox Business have both covered Ryan’s political opinions, but his wide and powerful influence has led some to wonder why his position has not been made clear to viewers.