Rand Paul in Arizona: An Interview With An Unconventional Thinker

Rand Paul in Arizona: An Interview With An Unconventional Thinker

Unconventional thinking has done well in early primary states, says John Hook of Fox 10 Phoenix, and Rand Paul might just be the person that Iowa, New Hampshire, and maybe even Arizona picks while the establishment tussles between Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney.

Reporter John Hook’s full interview with Rand Paul in Arizona doesn’t air until Sunday but we’ve grabbed a few early clips just for you.

WATCH: Why Rand Paul Visited New Hampshire & Arizona

WATCH: Rand Paul’s Unorthodox Views on Immigration

If there’s one area that Sen. Paul is very unconventional, it’s on immigration. Unlike the rest of his party, he does see room for negotiation, for a robust green card system, and for legalizing the children of illegal immigrants. However, the U.S. has to resolve the problems we have now from popping up again 10 years later. The border needs to be secured.

“Any self-respecting nation has to control its border,” added reporter, John Hook. “Why have a border otherwise? You should know who’s here and why. Particularly in light of what’s going on in Paris, Belgium, and these terrorist issues, you need to know who’s coming into your country, who they are and why they’re here. That only makes sense to me.”

Last but not least, Hook talks about the one impression he got while talking to Rand off-camera in Arizona.

WATCH: He Didn’t Say It But…

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