Former House Speaker Paul Ryan is apparently moving his family from Wisconsin to Washington, DC.
You have to wonder what he is up to here.
The Washington Examiner reports:
Returning to Washington: Paul Ryan moving family from Wisconsin to DC
Paul Ryan, the former speaker of the House, is planning on moving his family from Wisconsin to Washington, D.C.
“Now in the private sector, Paul and his family are temporarily renting a house in Maryland, and he’ll be spending time there as well as their family home in Janesville,” an aide to Ryan, 49, told Politico.
The 2012 Republican vice-presidential nominee has said he will not be selling his house in his home state but his decision to return to Washington — a city he always said he inhabited only on sufferance and out of duty to his constituents — inevitably raises the possibility of a political comeback, or a lucrative lobbying, corporate or consulting role.
Ryan’s unexpected move comes after the former congressman finished a career in Washington in which he avoided permanent residence in the city. Ryan even continued to sleep in his office while he was speaker of the House.
He is not selling his Wisconsin home, so maybe this isn’t permanent.
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Paul Ryan moving to Maryland, not selling Wisconsin home
Former House Speaker Paul Ryan is moving his family from his hometown of Janesville to a house in a Washington, D.C., suburb less than a year after he retired from Congress saying he wanted to spend more time with his children.
Ryan spokesman Kevin Seifert said Tuesday that Ryan and his family will be “temporarily” renting a house in Maryland and splitting their time between there and their longtime home in Janesville. He is not selling the Janesville house, which he lived in throughout his 20 years in Congress.
The move will put Ryan and his family closer to the sisters of Ryan’s wife, Janna Ryan, who live in the area.
Is it possible that this is simply family related?
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