House Speaker Paul Ryan rejects the idea of censuring President Donald Trump for blaming “both sides” for the recent violence at a white supremacist rally in Virginia. At a C-N-N town hall broadcast in Racine Monday night, Ryan used Trump’s name for the first time on the subject, saying he was wrong to make white supremacists equal with their opponents and the president “needed to do better.” After Trump spoke against bigotry earlier Monday night, Ryan was asked if the president has done enough on the subject — and the G-O-P speaker said, “I don’t think any of us have done enough.” But he said censuring Trump would create a “partisan food fight.” And Ryan said it would demean the value of the issue by making it “us against them, Republicans against Democrats, pro Trump and anti Trump.”