"Congress looks forward to working hand-in-hand with the Trump administration to achieve the best deal possible for American workers and our economy."

Watch Speaker Ryan's remarks on the House floor in support of legislation to fund the government until the end of the fiscal year.

Did you know that small businesses are the biggest source of jobs in our economy? 

They make for the biggest success stories too. All the early mornings and the late nights—all the headaches and hurdles cleared—every day, we are surrounded by examples of the American Dream. 

That is why Republicans are committed to doing everything we can to get behind small businesses—lowering taxes, cutting red tape, fixing our infrastructure. 


“The principles outlined by the Trump Administration today will serve as critical guideposts for Congress and the Administration as we work together to overhaul the American tax system and ensure middle-class families and job creators are better positioned for the 21st century economy."

Yesterday, Speaker Ryan addressed UK think tank Policy Exchange in London to discuss the unwavering bonds between the United States and Great Britain, the importance of NATO in countering Russian aggression, and the need to strengthen transatlantic economic cooperation.

Next week, House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) will lead a bipartisan delegation traveling to key European ally nations, with the goal of strengthening economic and security ties with our NATO partners.

"We are determined to work with the administration to shrink the size of government, grow our economy, secure our borders, and ensure our troops have the tools necessary to complete their missions."

“The relationship between the United States and India is rooted in shared values of democracy and freedom."

Over the past week, a growing coalition of American businesses and leading experts came out in support of the Republican plan to replace our outdated tax code with a more competitive system.

Our plan would level the playing field for American businesses by moving to a consumption-based, border-adjusted tax code that makes exports tax-free.

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