Speaker Paul RyanPaul RyanOvernight Regulation: Senators call for 'cost-effective' regs | FCC chief unveils plans to roll back net neutrality Overnight Tech: FCC chief unveils plan for net neutrality rollback | Tech on Trump's sweeping tax plan | Cruz looks to boost space industry Not too shabby: Trump tax plan nails corporate rate, errs on income MORE (R-Wis.) on Tuesday said he doesn’t believe there is any credible security threat to the Capitol in the wake of a series of deadly terrorist attacks in Brussels.
“We have reached out to intelligence community, and I have received updates this morning,” Ryan told reporters in a news conference, “and I have absolutely no reason to believe there is a threat here.”
“One minute, people are going about their day. The next minute, people are running for their lives,” Ryan said. “This is a terrorist attack in the heart of Europe. As our countries have always done, we must confront this threat together. We must defend democracy and defeat terror.
“Our prayers are with Brussels, as is our solidarity.”