Trump, after meeting Ryan, says will move fast on healthcare, immigration

By REUTERS
November 10, 2016 22:24

President-elect Donald Trump said on Thursday (November 10) after a meeting with House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan that after his inauguration he will work very rapidly on issues like healthcare and immigration.

Speaking in Ryan's office, Trump told reporters: "We are going to lower taxes, as you know," and added: "I think we are going to do some absolutely spectacular things for the American people."

"We had a fantastic productive meeting about getting to work, rolling up our sleeves and going to work for the American people," said Ryan. "Donald Trump had the most impressive victories we have ever seen, and we're going to turn that into progress for the American people."


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