House Speaker Paul D. Ryan is back on the Trump train.
The Republican never has been an enthusiastic supporter, most recently saying he would vote for the party's presidential nominee but not campaign for him, following Donald Trump's comments of lewd behavior toward women. But on Saturday, Ryan made a final case for the GOP presidential candidate.
"Take a look at what a unified Republican government can get you. And then vote Republican — Donald Trump, our Senate candidates, and our House candidates — so we can start turning things around," Ryan wrote on CNN.com. "If Republicans do not turn out — if we sit this one out — we will open the door not just to Hillary Clinton, but also a Democratic Congress eager to give her a blank check."