Social media quickly pounced on Speaker Paul RyanPaul Davis RyanJuan Williams: Pelosi shows her power Cheney takes shot at Trump: 'I like Republican presidents who win re-election' Cheney allies flock to her defense against Trump challenge MORE (R-Wis.) for his PowerPoint presentation pushing House Republicans' bill to repeal and replace ObamaCare.
Many took to Twitter to call the Speaker "Professor Ryan" as he began the start of his weekly press conference with a presentation to explain the Republicans' plan to overhaul former President Obama's healthcare system.
Ryan's presentation comes amid criticism from both sides of the aisle on the proposed plan.
Only been watching this Paul Ryan PowerPoint presentation for 2 minutes, and I can already tell it'll be an even more hilarious SNL skit.— BCP (@b_c_p_source) March 9, 2017
Paul Ryan doing a Powerpoint for more than 4 minutes is literally all he needs to maintain his DC pundit wonk cred for the next 14 years— Jack Mirkinson (@jackmirkinson) March 9, 2017
"Look, I haz PowerPoint! I iz wonk!" -- Paul Ryan.— Madison Kittay (@MadisonKittay) March 9, 2017
For those keeping track, cable news is still on Prof. Paul Ryan and his powerpoint, w/ no commercial breaks.— Hadas Gold (@Hadas_Gold) March 9, 2017
Professor Ryan is currently giving a PowerPoint presentation on health care and congressional procedure. pic.twitter.com/2ujDRxE9lN— Sahil Kapur (@sahilkapur) March 9, 2017
Why does Paul Ryan look like a poli sci professor struggling through a lecture right now?— Nick(@NickZararis) March 9, 2017
This is a good audition for @SpeakerRyan for his guest fellowship at Harvard or the University of Chicago after he resigns in frustration.— Josh Barro (@jbarro) March 9, 2017
Paul Ryan is breaking out the big guns: a PowerPoint presentation pic.twitter.com/nobGpbQsQI— Haley Byrd (@byrdinator) March 9, 2017
I left a meeting to make this pic.twitter.com/mcS7cnAySy— Dan Amira (@DanAmira) March 9, 2017
"I can't see any downside to our plan to repeal Obamacare" pic.twitter.com/pFyvlXhzfn— Oliver Willis (@owillis) March 9, 2017