Paul Ryan is no friend or fan of Trump; everyone knows that. He made it abundantly clear both during the primaries and the general election. However, when it seemed likely that Trump might win the general election, though Ryan didn’t go out to celebrate, he saw a silver lining in a Trump administration. A president Trump would be more willing to go along with the plan to “repeal and replace” Obamacare – an old lyric played over 50 times during Obama’s tenure as president with no one on the dance floor – than Hillary Clinton would.
He is right in that aspect; not because Mr. Trump feels the same way as Ryan but as a president with no experience, no vision, no clear policy on anything, with just one simple agenda (to make himself look busy and feel good): to undo everything Obama , nothing whatsoever except a manic depressive tweets habit and his many outrageous statements which only make sense to him and to anyone whose brain has been outsourced, Ryan is in a hurry to take advantage of an administration which was not supposed to ever exist (in a country with logic minded individuals), an administration (if it can be labeled such) in disarray. Thus, the “repeal and replace” Obamacare was drafted “in a jiff” hoping to zoom the legislation through the process and send it for Trump to sign.