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Ryan: Trump noticed his hotel from my balcony

Ryan: Trump noticed his hotel from my balcony
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President-elect Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump: 'I don't trust everybody in the White House' JPMorgan CEO withdraws from Saudi conference Trump defends family separations at border MORE noticed the view of his new Trump International Hotel from the speaker’s balcony when he toured the Capitol building, House Speaker Paul RyanPaul Davis RyanMcCarthy introduces bill to fully fund Trump's border wall On The Money: McCarthy offers bill to fully fund Trump border wall | US to press China on currency in trade talks | Mnuchin plans to go ahead with Saudi trip | How America's urban-rural divide is changing the Dems Election Countdown: Minnesota Dems worry Ellison allegations could cost them key race | Dems struggle to mobilize Latino voters | Takeaways from Tennessee Senate debate | Poll puts Cruz up 9 in Texas MORE said in an interviewed that aired Sunday. 

During an interview with "60 Minutes," CBS host Scott Pelley noted that, "The two most prominent things on the skyline from this vantage point are the Washington Monument and the new Trump Hotel."

“He actually noted that when I took him up here,” Ryan responded.

Ryan gave Trump a tour of the Capitol two days after he became the president-elect. Trump opened his newest hotel in October, several blocks from the White House on Pennsylvania Avenue.

Pelley noted to Ryan that when the two discussed the “evils of Washington,” during the interview, Ryan frequently looked out the window.

“I do, ‘cause that’s where all the bureaucracy’s are. Yea. Yea. Yea. That’s right,” he said.