House Budget Committee Chairman Paul RyanPaul RyanFive areas where Trump and Dems could make a deal Trump scrambles GOP's healthcare plans Overnight Cybersecurity: Obama commutes Chelsea Manning's sentence | A malware mystery MORE (R-Wis.) on Sunday left the door open to becoming his party’s vice-presidential candidate.
“I just don’t know the answer to your question,” he said on Fox News Sunday when asked if he would accept a request to be the vice presidential candidate.
Ryan repeatedly emphasized that he’s focused on steering his recently introduced budget plan through Congress, but certainly didn't rule out the idea of an eventual VP nod.
“I can’t answer that question because I have not given enough thought to that,” Ryan said.
“I would have to consider it, but it is not something I am even thinking about right now. Our job is Congress is pretty important,” he said.