On Friday night, after a week of hedging, Donald Trump endorsed Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) at a rally in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Trump said, "I support and endorse our Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan."
He followed that up by endorsing Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) and Kelly Ayotte, "and while I'm at it, I hold in the highest esteem Sen. John McCain for his service to our country in uniform and in public office, and I fully support and endorse his re-election. I also fully support and endorse Sen. Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire."
Both Senators he declined to endorse earlier in the week.
The Ryan endorsement is a change for Trump who earlier this week told the Washington Post that he was "just not quite there yet."
The statement echoed Ryan's original non-endorsement of Trump in May when he told CNN's Jake Tapper that he's, "not there right now."
Less than a month later, Ryan endorsed Trump in an op-ed in his hometown paper, the Janesville Gazette.
Earlier in the week, Trump praised Ryan's opponent in a tweet.
RNC Chair Reince Priebus earlier tweeted about voting for Ryan.
Yesterday: Ryan is a liberal globalist RINO Cuck. God Emperor Trump would never endorse him."— Rick Wilson (@TheRickWilson) August 6, 2016
Today: "NVM. Paul Ryan is AWESOME!"
Some Republican commentators highlighted Trump's flip-flopping.
Ryan is supposed to easily win his primary this Tuesday. According to a Remington Research Group poll released Friday the Speaker has the support of 80 percent of his Congressional district's voters. His opponent Paul Nehlen only has 14 percent.