Ryan didn't address the ad directly and instead said they're "certainly not helping us" on the shutdown and on immigration.
Senate Republican leaders have said the chamber will vote on the measure to fund the government through February 8 at 1 a.m. EST (0600 GMT) on Monday, unless Democrats agree to hold the vote sooner.
As a shutdown loomed, the White House said Friday that President Donald Trump would not leave for a planned weekend in Florida unless a funding bill passes.
House Speaker Paul Ryan's fundraising group brought in over $44 million in 2017, a record total for the year.
Thus, the strategy was created to produce either a win with virtually no GOP concessions, or a government shutdown that could pretty cleanly be blamed on Democrats.
Barring a last-minute pact between the two parties on spending and immigration disputes that have raged for months, lawmakers said a measure financing agencies for just several days was possible to build pressure on negotiators to craft a deal. "But Senate Democrats believe none of it is too high a price to pay for appeasing their political base". "There is no good reason for Senate Democrats to keep willfully forcing a shutdown on this country".
When asked if there is agreement on legislation in sight to resume funding of the federal government, Ryan seemed hopeful. Ryan accused Democrats of holding the government "hostage", and slammed them for refusing to budge, saying it would negatively impact both the military and children dependent on the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP).
Congress must act by midnight Friday or the government will begin immediately locking its doors. Democrats want a deal to protect around 700,000 immigrants from deportation who arrived in the U.S.as children and now are here illegally. Trump has ended an Obama-era program providing those protections and given Congress until March to restore them, and he and Republicans want any immigration deal to include money for the president's promised wall along the Mexican border and other security measures. But more importantly, House Republicans could themselves produce the government shutdown they'd like either to avoid or blame on Democrats.
In the event of a shutdown, food inspections and other vital services would continue, as would Social Security, other federal benefit programs and most military operations.