March 10, 2014
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, who has emerged as a potential 2016 GOP presidential front-runner, inched closer Sunday to a full-fledged contender, outlining a likely platform that would appeal to young voters and knocking back criticism that he’s soft on foreign policy.
The first-term, Tea Party champion told “Fox News Sunday” that he would try to expand the Republican Party to include those long overlooked by government and younger, more libertarian-minded voters.
He even said at one point during the interview, “Were I in charge … .”
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