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Trump news - live: Far-right former Trump aide shouts in face of journalist as president rants about Paul Ryan and social media companies

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News video: 'Couldn't Get Him out of Congress Fast Enough!': Trump Trashes Paul Ryan After He Slams Him In New Book

'Couldn't Get Him out of Congress Fast Enough!': Trump Trashes Paul Ryan After He Slams Him In New Book 00:49

Following excerpts from a new book where former House Speaker said Trump “didn’t know anything about government”, the President went on the attack against Paul Ryan. Veuer’s Justin Kircher has the story.

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