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Ryan Rundown: Speaker defends GOP brand, laughs off Trump threat

In this week's Ryan Rundown: The Janesville Republican said he “laughed out loud” at Donald Trump’s saying Ryan would "pay a big price" if he doesn't cooperate with the outspoken presidential candidate.

Still, Ryan declined to criticize Trump when speaking to CPAC on Thursday. During a Q&A at the convention, Ryan outlined his plan to combat poverty

He also has vowed to protect the Republican brand from the acrimony of the presidential campaign trail.
News/features

- Paul Ryan: 'Entire government on ballot'

- Paul Ryan: House 'going on offense' this spring to help GOP win White House [Baker]

- Paul Ryan faces tea party forces that he helped unleash

- Conservatives tell Ryan to spend less in 2017

- This potential Supreme Court nominee is family to House Speaker Paul Ryan

- Why Paul Ryan shouldn't team up with Barack Obama to fight poverty

- Paul Ryan rallies conservatives to new battle plan for fighting poverty [Wegman]

- Paul Ryan talks war on poverty at CPAC

- Gov. Walker, Speaker Ryan deliver remarks at CPAC conference in Maryland

- Paul Ryan: Everything 'fair game' until nominee selected

- Paul Ryan vows he'll defend Republican brand against threats from GOP campaign trail

- Trump's campaign reached out to Paul Ryan

- Trump reaches out to Paul Ryan -- here's what the speaker's office is saying [Darcy]

- Trump: Ryan can get along with me or 'pay a big price'

- Victorious Donald Trump threatens Paul Ryan

- Trump: Paul Ryan will get along well with me or 'he's gonna have to pay a big price'

- Paul Ryan speaks out on Trump

- Paul Ryan 'laughed out loud' at Donald Trump's 'pay a big price' threat

- Ryan on Trump's threat: 'I just laughed out loud'

- Paul Ryan's response to Donald Trump: LOL

- Ryan refuses to join Romney in Trump criticism

- Walker, Ryan don't join Mitt Romney in bashing Trump [Gilbert]

- Ryan: I hope Trump would carry out GOP agenda

- Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell say no to Klan (but maybe to Donald Trump)

- Donald Trump threatens House Speaker Paul Ryan

- Paul Ryan addresses panic over Donald Trump [Steinhauer]

- Paul Ryan: GOP nominee must reject bigotry: 'There can be no evasion' [Sommerhauser]

- Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell call out Trump on KKK [Walsh]

- Ryan and McConnell's plan for Donald Trump [Sherman, Palmer, Bresnahan]

- Paul Ryan fires a warning shot at Trump

- Super PAC forms to 'Draft Ryan' for the White House

- What if Paul Ryan had run?

- Paul Ryan: 'We stand for women, the unborn'

- Ryan, Walker, Johnson preach unity at Republican dinner

- Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney to ski with donors in Utah, raise money for Mia Love

- Speaker of the House Paul Ryan to headline Mia Love fundraiser event

Opinion/analysis

- John Nichols: Blame Paul Ryan and Reince Priebus for the rise of Trump

- Joan McCarter: Paul Ryan is about to get Trumped

- Desperate GOP clinging to hope Paul Ryan can save them

- Paul Ryan is learning why being speaker sucks

- Paul Ryan quotes Kanye West to support economic agenda and people are freaked out

- Ryan pretends Donald Trump didn't threaten him, says they're reaching out to each other

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