At a press conference following his meeting with Donald Trump on Thursday, Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan called their exchange “encouraging” and said the process of unifying the party would take more time.
Ryan, who still did not endorse presumptive nominee Trump, said the two will need to work to find common ground amid policy disputes.
Here are Ryan’s remarks from his weekly press conference Thursday at the U.S. Capitol.
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