As Kentucky’s junior senator shook hands with Republicans at the convention center in Cincinnati Friday evening, nine-year-old Tony Longano, dressed in a tie and sport coat, quietly approached him with a copy of the Constitution.
After a brief discussion, the Senator signed Longano’s copy.
“It’s pretty exciting meeting a senator when I’m only nine years old,” said Longano, who’s from Cleves. “It’s pretty amazing.” (Cincinnati.com)
— Niraj Antani (@NirajAntani) May 16, 2014
“…Paul wouldn’t stop for any interviews Friday night with local media. But when he brought his copy of the constitution to Paul, Longano asked him whether he will run for president.”
“I asked him if he wanted to be the president, and he said, ‘Between you and me, if you don’t tell anybody,” Longano said before his mother cut him off so he wouldn’t break his promise to Kentucky’s junior senator. (Cincinnati.com)
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