After a tense couple of weeks, Donald Trump finally secured Speaker of the House Paul Ryan's coveted endorsement just a few days ago. Sure, he and Trump may not appeal to the same group of voters, but Ryan's blessing is nonetheless important in Trump's effort to mend fences with the party establishment.
Already, however, that relationship seems to be back on the rocks. After Donald Trump's heavily publicized comments on the ethnicity of the judge of the Trump University case, Ryan hit back with perhaps his most biting criticism of Trump to date.
Ryan minced no words, calling Trump's words blatantly racist, and unbefitting of a man running to be President of the United States. Trump, of course, is not one to back down, and once again he's not giving in. Instead, he's doubling down and explaining why he may be right to call the judge unfairly biased.
See Ryan's remarks and Trump's response on the next page: