Speaker of the House Paul Ryan has voiced his displeasure with Donald Trump’s plans to deport millions of illegal aliens. During an unprecedented town hall for a non-presidential candidate, the wunderkind of Washington used his CNN appearance to lay out his own set of policies in advance of next week’s convention. The cheesehead mafia chieftain continues to run his own shadow campaign in which he flouts Trump’s America First approach to policy in favor of one that best serves his own backers at the Chamber of Commerce that favor cheap labor to keep wages depressed.

The Hill reports “Paul Ryan pans Trump’s deportation plan”:

A week before the GOP nominating convention, Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) made clear he disagrees with presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump’s plan to deport 11 million undocumented immigrants.

“I don’t agree with that. I don’t think rounding up 11 million people A) is the right thing to do, B) would work,” Ryan said during a CNN televised town hall event. “And I don’t think you’d like to see what we’d have to do to the country to do that.”

Ryan, the chairman of next week’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland, has endorsed Trump. But the men represent two different camps in the Republican Party on the issue of immigration.

Ryan and Trump represent two different camps in the GOP on the issue of immigration.

Trump is a hardliner who’s called for building a wall along the southern border and deporting everyone in the country here illegally. Ryan has pushed for immigration reform legislation during his congressional career, though he believes the country first needs to secure its border.

“I think you have to secure the border, you have to have reforms that get people out of the shadows and get right with the law and make sure while you are securing the border, you are fixing what’s broken in the legal immigration system,” said Ryan, the GOP’s 2012 vice presidential nominee.

“That to me is an approach that makes sense and it won’t require a round-up or mass deportation.”

Later in the program, Ryan was pressed by a woman in the audience to explain how he could back a candidate who has called for a ban on Muslims entering the United States.

“I disagree with him on it. It’s just that simple

Reluctant Ryan still can’t be ruled out as the Republican nominee given furious efforts in the conversation rules committee to unbind the delegates in order to oust Trump. He may appear to be parroting Hillary Clinton talking points but that is only the case because both parties are controlled by the same special interests.

With the Beltway rock star being featured by the media as the intellectual force behind the modern Republican Party, Ryan continues to promote a different agenda when he should be focused on party loyalty and the defeat of Mrs. Clinton but the sad fact is that King Paul is one of those who is working the hardest to put her into the White House.

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