GREENVILLE, N.C. (AP) — Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan is calling former President Jimmy Carter’s leadership “the good old days” compared to the last four years under President Barack Obama.
The Wisconsin congressman campaigned Monday at East Carolina University in Greenville, about 230 miles east of where thousands of Democrats were gathering at the Democratic National Convention.
Ryan says voters will hear a lot of words from Democrats in Charlotte this week. But he says they won’t hear evidence of how the nation is better off under Obama’s leadership.
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