"Not much going on these days," Ryan joked in his remarks to business leaders in Brookfield, Wisconsin, just days after Trump lambasted him repeatedly.
Ryan was met with applause when he took the stage, but did not take questions as he was scheduled to do.
The Wisconsin Republican, who did not mention Trump once in his 20-minute speech, has kept a low public profile while addressing concerns among Republicans about his new position on Trump after the Washington Post’s report on a damning 2005 video on which Trump boasted of groping women without their consent.
"Forget about the buzz of the day and what Twitter storm is going on in the last 20 minutes, I assume," Ryan said.
The speaker's office, which says Ryan's endorsement of Trump is unchanged, has yet to comment on the latest allegations against the New York real estate developer.
"Paul Ryan is focusing the next month on defeating Democrats, and all Republicans running for office should probably do the same," a spokesman said today.