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House Speaker Paul Ryan's Car Was 'Eaten' By Groundhogs

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House Speaker Paul Ryan's Car Was 'Eaten' By Groundhogs

House Speaker Paul Ryan's Car Was 'Eaten' By Groundhogs

During an appearance at the Economic Club of Washington on Thursday, House speaker and Wisconsin Republican Paul Ryan revealed his car was 'eaten by animals'.

According to The Huffington Post, a family of woodchucks was found living in Ryan’s Chevrolet Suburban back in Wisconsin and had chewed up all the wiring.

According to the Humane Society, woodchucks, also known as groundhogs, are known for causing considerable damage to gardens and crops.

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