"We don't know if it's scheduled firm or not yet, but I intend to do it if he's here," Ryan said Saturday, according to The Cap Times. "Here's the point: we're going from here to Mukwonago to go campaign with Mike Pence. So everybody's schedule is a little bit in flux in these closing moments, but if our nominee comes, we'll campaign with him."
"Seconds later, a spokesman for Trump's Wisconsin campaign alerted reporters that the event had been canceled, citing a scheduling conflict," the Cap Times reported.
It's not unusual for schedules to get reshuffled in the final days of a presidential campaign. Of course, the switch had extra resonance given that Ryan uninvited Trump to appear with him in October in Wisconsin after a tape was released of Trump speaking crudely about how he grabbed and kissed women.