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House Speaker Paul Ryan: A day in his life, his thoughts on the candidates

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TODAY’s Matt Lauer spent the day with House Speaker Paul Ryan before President Obama’s State of the Union address on Tuesday and offers a look at how Ryan’s life has changed since accepting the job - which he surprised himself by liking - and he gets his take on presidential hopefuls Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, and a look at the poker face he was practicing ahead of Obama’s address.