Paul Ryan reaffirms support for Trump, critiques campaign

As criticism, tolerance and support swirl throughout the Republican ranks, presidential nominee Donald Trump said Tuesday that he isn't supporting two of the party's most prominent leaders in their upcoming congressional races.

And so far, McCain, Ryan and other Republicans who've reluctantly declared that they plan to back Trump for president appear to be sticking with him. John McCain and New Hampshire Sen.

In a statement, a spokesman for Ryan said no endorsement was ever sought and expressed confidence in winning the primary.

At roughly the same time, Pence blasted Russian Federation in a statement issued by the campaign that said "the United States government will ensure there are serious consequences" if Russian Federation is "interfering in our elections".

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He and first lady Michelle Obama spoke at last week's Democratic convention in Philadelphia. Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan also came to the Khan family's defense.

"I like Paul, but these are frightful times for our country", Trump said of Ryan, who faces a challenge by a conservative insurgent in the August 9 Wisconsin primary.

"I'm just not there yet", Trump said, closely echoing Ryan's own demurral before eventually endorsing Trump, when he told CNN on May 6, "I'm not there right now".

President Obama said that the Republican nominee was "unfit" to serve as president due to his inflammatory statements of Kzhir and Ghazala Khan, a Gold Star family whose son died protecting his fellow soldiers, and his lack of basic knowledge on important policy issues.

The freshman congressmen said they felt Trump threatened the future integrity of the House of Representatives and that the the GOP nominee's "profound disrespect" toward the parents of Army Captain Humayan Khan, who was killed in Iraq, represented a "new low". "To restore our country and home and overseas, we need new leadership, and I'm looking forward to standing shoulder to shoulder with Donald Trump to drive that new leadership forward". "We need fighters in this country".

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Members of the Indian media, who had come from New Delhi to report on the conference, were not allowed to cover the speech. Soon after Singh completed his speech, some TV channels went on to blame Pakistan of blacking out its telecast.

But McCain's daughter, Meghan McCain, who has been critical of Trump in the past, simply tweeted, "Character".

Pence and McCain met for 25 minutes Tuesday evening, Pence's press secretary, Marc Lotter, said in a statement.

Trump incurred widespread criticism after engaging in a public feud with Khizr Khan, the Muslim-American father who spoke out against Trump's proposed ban on Muslims entering the USA at the Democratic National Convention.

"Kelly Ayotte has given me zero support, and I'm doing great in New Hampshire", he said.

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Strongest possible steps needed not only against terrorists but also individuals, organisations or nations that support them. Also, New Delhi urged all SAARC nations not to glorify or give patronage to terrorism.

He did admit "there's a conflict within the Trump campaign", but insisted that Trump "is going to support Paul Ryan". Khizr Khan criticized Trump's position on Muslims and asked whether the real estate mogul had read the Constitution.

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