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Speaker Paul Ryan springs the question at GOP convention: 'What do you say ... we unite this party?'

House Speaker Paul D. Ryan found himself presiding Tuesday over a presidential convention that nominated a Republican who could not be more different from him in style and substance.

“Democracy is a series of choices," the Wisconsin congressman said in a prime-time speech from the convention in Cleveland. “We Republicans have made ours. Have we had our arguments this year? Sure we have.”

With Donald Trump now the nominee, Ryan used his own prime-time address to to try to bring the party together, focusing largely on the risk of electing Hillary Clinton rather than the promise of Trump, whom he scarcely mentioned.

"So what do you that say we unite this party, at this crucial moment when unity is everything?"

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