REPUBLICAN PARTY NEARLY UNIFIED
With a hard fought battle between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton taking over the political stage, Donald Trump and the trials and tribulations of the Republican Party have been shunted to the side. However, they came back to the forefront after Paul Ryan announced his decision to vote for the party’s presumptive presidential nominee. For a while, Ryan was indecisive, along with the rest of his peers, about voting for the New York magnate. He believed, as did many others, that Trump did not represent true conservative values. However, their fears of a Trump presidency apparently did not compare with their fear of a fractured party, which would almost certainly allow the Democratic nominee to take office.