“I do not think a Muslim ban is in our country’s interests. I do not think it is reflective of our principles, not just as our party but as our country. I think the smarter way to go in all respects is to have a security test not a religious test,” House Speaker Paul Ryan said Tuesday following President Obama’s angry speech.

“This is a war with radical Islam it’s not a war with Islam. Muslims are our partners, the vast, vast majority of Muslims in this country and around the world are moderate, they’re peaceful, they’re tolerant,” he said. “And so they are among our best allies, among our best resources in this fight against radical Islamic terrorism.”

Ryan apparently has also been reportedly “tired” of talking about Donald Trump and the 2016 election. After magician David Copperfield appeared on Capitol Hill last week to lobby for a bill recognizing magic as an art form, Ryan reportedly joked he wished the illusionist could make him disappear for the duration of the presidential campaign. Even though Ryan’s elected job is to deal with these things…