Sen. Rand Paul (R., Ky.) will end his 2016 presidential campaign, according to multiple reports Wednesday morning.
Rand Paul, the junior senator from Kentucky and candidate for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination, currently ranks behind the performance artist and perennial candidate Vermin Supreme and is tied with Jon Huntsman, the former governor of Utah and ambassador to China.
Sen. Rand Paul (R., Ky.) knew that one of his closest aides had worked for years as a neo-Confederate radio host known as the “Southern Avenger” and hired him anyway, according to a new book about the Republican presidential contenders.
Republican presidential candidates have united behind a tax reform agenda that would grow the U.S. economy, Grover Norquist said Tuesday, despite differences among the various campaigns’ plans.
Senators are calling on the Obama administration to halt the entry of Syrian refugees into the United States, with one lawmaker filing legislation on Monday that would stop the Obama administration from providing visas to citizens of any country deemed “a high risk of terrorism” by the Department of Homeland Security.
In the course of a heated exchange with Marco Rubio over foreign policy tonight in Milwaukee, Rand Paul attacked the junior senator from Florida for proposing both family tax credits and an increase in military spending. “We have to decide what is conservative and what isn’t conservative,” Paul said, adding later, “This is the most important thing we’re going to talk about tonight.”