Two very different Republicans met behind closed doors today in a meeting they say went well. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and presumptive nominee Donald Trump say they're one step closer towards unifying the GOP, despite deep ideological differences between the wings of the party represented by the two leaders. The pair said in a joint statement that today was just the beginning, and they're planning more conversations in the future.
Illinois Senator Mark Kirk, who's running a tight race for re-election himself, has not yet endorsed Trump. And today, he said he's not entertaining any questions about Trump this week.
Former Vice President Dan Quayle announced he's backing Trump today. Quayle says he believes Trump can beat Hillary Clinton in November and put Republicans back in the White House. He also says he fully expects Speaker Ryan to support Trump.