House Speaker Paul Ryan says his biggest job as the new leader of the GOP in the House is to show voters that Republicans have a vision to help American families, and have a plan for implementing that vision.

"We've been too timid on policy," Ryan said on "Fox News Sunday." "We've been too timid on vision. We have none."

"We fight over tactics because we don't have a vision. We have to have a vision and offer an alternative to this country so that they can see that if we get the chance to lead, if we get the presidency, and if we keep Congress, this is what it will look like."

Ryan was asked by Fox News's John Roberts whether getting things done would mean the House has to throw Senate Republicans "under the bus," but Ryan rejected that.

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