Liberals and moderates criticized President Donald Trump and the GOP driven tax breaks of 2017 even before they were enacted.
But now, after two years and ample proof the claims Trump and the Republican controlled Congress made when they pushed the plan through were false, more voices are joining in.
Political correspondent Tim Alberta's book American Carnage: On the Front Lines of the Republican Civil War and the Rise of President Trump documents the ways former anti-Trump Republican lawmakers made the ideological leap to becoming some of President Donald Trump's staunchest allies. Though the book is yet to be released, it's already making headlines due to some revelations from former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) opened up about his interactions with Trump during his speakership.
In newly-released excerpts from the Washington Post, Ryan reveals that Trump knew "nothing about government" and that he ultimately retired from government due to the toxicity of Trump's association.
Paul Ryan Just Praised Donald Trump for Fighting for the 'Forgotten Man' and Twitter Made Him Instantly Regret It
Paul Ryan, former Republican Representative from Wisconsin and former Speaker of the House, decided to retire from politics and not seek reelection in 2018. But that does not mean he will not step forward publicly, or step in it, as the case may be.
When Ryan recently decided to extol the virtues of President Donald Trump in an interview with PBS Newshour's Judy Woodruff, his remarks got more backlash than backing.
Paul Ryan Complained that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez 'Didn't Listen to a Word He Said' When He Gave Her Advice, and Everyone's Making the Same Joke
Poor Paul Ryan. The former Speaker of the House retired from politics this past January, with many saying good riddance.
The Republican and 2012 Vice Presidential nominee was deemed spineless by Democrats for frequently criticizing President Donald Trump's rhetoric while supporting his causes. Many on the right saw him as a Republican in name only. To top it off, the policies he championed left the economy worse for wear.
Paul Ryan Just Warned How Donald Trump Could Lose the 2020 Election, and Don Jr. Is Not Having It...At All
Former Republican Speaker of the House Paul Ryan has kept a relatively low profile since retiring from Congress last year, but he recently spoke out at a lecture in Flordia regarding President Donald Trump and his prospects for reelection in 2020.
Donald Trump Just Threw Paul Ryan All the Way Under the Bus Over His Failure to Secure Border Wall Funding
Reporter Just Uncovered an Awkward 2011 Headline About the Future of the Republican Party, and Wow, That Did Not Age Well
A headline from 2011 has been making the rounds on Twitter and the internet simply cannot stop reveling at its stunning irony.
Bloomberg's Sahil Kapur dug up a Politico piece by Kasey Hunt entitled: "GOP Bets Future on Wisconsin," featuring a split image of three Republican men from the Badger State who are no longer in power.