Chris Matthews: Rand Driven By Ideas, He’d Give Up Senate Seat For 2016
Even though it is unlikely that Kentucky law will be changed in time for Sen. Rand Paul to hold his current Senate seat and run for president in 2016, support for his campaign has already been established from Sen. Mitch McConnell saying that Rand can count on him for 2016 to even Bill Maher commenting that he’s available for the Rand Paul campaign on his show last week.
The possibility of Rand Paul running for President in 2016 has sparked numerous debates, and panels across the nation are already adding his name to their lists of potential candidates. In this MSNBC panel below they discuss whether Rand has what it takes to win. They agree that he is an interesting candidate that needs to be watched, and if he can form ideas and articulate them to the public, he has a good chance of garnering the support needed from Libertarians who want to see America moving forward into the future. Watch the full version here.
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Chris Matthews: Rand Driven By Ideas, He’d Give Up Senate Seat If Pressed