GOP senators knock Ryan over withholding Trump support

A pair of Senate Republicans chided House Speaker Paul RyanPaul Davis RyanKrystal Ball: GOP tax cut is 'opiate of the massively privileged' Top GOP lawmaker: Tax cuts will lower projected deficit GOP super PAC seizes on Ellison abuse allegations in ads targeting Dems MORE Tuesday after the Wisconsin Republican refused to endorse Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump threatens ex-intel official's clearance, citing comments on CNN Protesters topple Confederate monument on UNC campus Man wanted for threatening to shoot Trump spotted in Maryland MORE late last week. 

"I didn't really appreciate his comments, " Sen. James InhofeJames (Jim) Mountain InhofePence announces first steps in establishing 'Space Force' EPA chief: Obama car rule rollback would save consumers 0B EPA’s Wheeler gets warmer welcome at Senate hearing MORE (R-Okla.) told reporters. "They have to establish a workable relationship, and I think they will, but that's not a good way to start." 
Ryan said he was not ready to endorse Trump during a CNN interview last Thursday, further opening up a schism in his party and raising questions about whether the GOP will unify arond its presumptive nominee.
"We've all made some mistakes in the past," he added. "It's not going to alter Trump." 
Sen. John ThuneJohn Randolph Thune15 senators miss votes despite McConnell's criticism of absentees Senate gets to work in August — but many don’t show up GOP leader criticizes Republican senators for not showing up to work MORE (R-S.D.) told reporters Monday that while lawmakers have "to come to their own conclusion," GOP leaders needs to "unify as a team going into the fall." 
"That's a personal choice," Cornyn added, asked if other Republicans should say they will support Trump as the nominee. 
"I don't think we have to be on the same page [but] sooner or later we have to try to work together," he added.