House Speaker Paul Ryan laid out a Republican national security plan on Thursday that focuses on securing U.S. borders and changing the immigration system, along with installing defenses to keep out drug cartels, criminals and extremists.

FOX's Steve Taylor reports from Washington:

Claiming that President Obama has made our enemies not fear us and our allies not trust us, House Speaker Paul Ryan says Republicans will keep Americans safe and defeat the terrorists:

(Ryan) "That means stopping cyber attacks. That means taking the fight against terrorism to the enemy."

Ryan didn't say how the GOP will do that. He agreed with one Donald Trump position, saying "of course" other countries must do more to help, but he also warned that allies won't help if they think America will leave them in the lurch.

In Washington, Steve Taylor, FOX News.