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Biden running Mate Ryan in Iowa ran a video to supporters during his announcement on Thursday that he was running for president, and he has a message for the media.
In it, the VP says he has no problem with the media and thinks they are the enemy of the people.
He also says that there is a lot of misinformation and spin being put out there about him.
He adds, “I’m here to be a leader for America and to tell the truth.”
Biden’s campaign said the video, titled “Run, Biden Run,” was recorded by his campaign team.
Ryan says he ran to get out the vote and “took the time to answer every question that came my way.”
Ryan also said in the video that he will work to ensure that his running mate’s message is not “distorted” by the media’s efforts to discredit him.
Ryan also says he wants to bring about a change in the country by focusing on what he calls the “unfair, negative, and divisive” culture of the media, which he says is out to get him.
In his speech at the Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition Convention, Ryan said, “Our party has to be the party of truth, not the party that tells the truth, or tells the lies.”
He added, “If I get nominated, I will be the first vice president of the United States who does not tell the media the truth.
I will not tell them that I’m not racist.”
In his Iowa speech, Ryan called on the media to stop “dissenting” and instead focus on “standing up for the American people.”
He said that “there are a lot more stories of hate and bigotry in this country than the truth and the facts.”
Ryan said that the media has “lost credibility” and that he wants it to return to its “fair and balanced” reporting.
The vice president’s remarks come after a tumultuous week for the White House.
President Donald Trump fired the national security adviser, Michael Flynn, for lying to Vice President Mike Pence.
And the Trump administration announced that former FBI Director James Comey will testify in front of Congress on Monday about the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
On Thursday, the White, House and Senate announced that Vice President Joe Biden is being replaced by Vice President Jehmu Greene.
In a tweet Friday morning, Ryan praised Greene as a “fighter” who “cares deeply about our people.”
On Friday, Ryan also congratulated Biden on his decision to enter the race.
“I want to thank Vice President Biden for the opportunity to serve in this office and I wish him and his family the best in the campaign,” Ryan said in a statement.
“It’s an honor to be running for President of the USA and I look forward to being a leader in this nation.
I know our country is stronger when we are united, and I’m honored to be part of the team of leaders who will build on the positive momentum and work to make our country stronger.”
Ryan’s VP campaign said in an emailed statement to The Associated Press that Biden’s run for president will be about “the issues and ideas that will be our focus going forward.”
He has repeatedly said he is not a racial racist, saying, “As vice president, I’m going to take on the people who make up the majority of the problem and the majority that do not see themselves as Americans.
We have a lot to learn from each other.”
He also said he believes that “every American should be able to be proud of who they are and proud of what they believe in.
That includes the president.”
Ryan says that his campaign will continue to talk to voters about how they feel about the “tone and tone of the national discourse.”
He says that the vice president has “been the most transparent, thoughtful and engaged Vice President in history.”
Ryan has said that he intends to work hard to unite the party behind the GOP ticket, particularly after Trump’s win in November.
Biden is the first sitting vice president to announce he is running for the presidency.