Former Republican Home Speaker Paul Ryan tore into former President Donald Trump on Tuesday, saying he gained’t be voting for him and calling out his lack of character and ideas.

“If you put yourself above the Constitution, as he has done, I think that makes you unfit for office,” he advised Fox News host Neil Cavuto.

Cavuto requested if that was due to “the whole Jan. 6 thing.”

“That’s a part of it,” Ryan mentioned. “I think it really is just character at the end of the day, and the fact that if you’re willing to put yourself above the Constitution ― an oath you swear when you take federal office, whether as president or a member of Congress, you swear an oath to the Constitution ― and you’re willing to suborn it to yourself, I think that makes you unfit for office.”

Ryan additionally blamed Trump for GOP election losses lately.

“He’s cost us a lot of seats,” Ryan mentioned. “He cost us the Senate twice. He cost us the House because he is nominating, he is pushing through the primaries people who cannot win general elections but who pledge fealty to him.”

Ryan, who added that he doesn’t assist President Joe Biden both, mentioned voters have been given “terrible choices” for the Nov. 5 election.

“In a country with 350 million people, this is the choice we have?” Ryan mentioned. “I, like the majority of Americans, wish we had a different choice.”

Ryan lamented that former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, who dropped out of the Republican presidential major race in March but continues to get a large protest vote within the later primaries, was not going to be the Republican nominee.

“She’d probably win this thing by 12 points,” he mentioned.

Ryan mentioned he’ll write in a “conservative Republican” in November however added that he hasn’t chosen that individual but.

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