Speaker of the House Paul Ryan visited Packers training camp on Thursday morning.
Even though Ryan works often in Washington, DC, he is in Wisconsin a lot because he maintains permanent residence in Janesville, Wisconsin.
The Wausau Daily Herald reports:
The man has addressed world leaders and national television audiences, but U.S. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan had a new crowd Thursday morning.
This time, Ryan chatted with the Green Bay Packers. All of them.
Ryan had a captive audience as he broke down the Packers huddle after their first training camp practice with pads. The practice lasted for more than 2½ hours, and Ryan was an active observer.
“I’m used to giving a lot of speeches,” Ryan said. “I was actually pretty nervous talking to these guys. As just a lifelong Packer fan, it was just a pretty cool experience to meet the team.”
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