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WATCH LIVE: Republican Rand Paul trashes his own ‘complicit’ party over trillion dollar deficit spending

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) on Thursday went off on the Republican Party for their role in the nation’s trillion-dollar-and-growing deficit. As the government spending was just hours from running out, Paul said he “can’t in all good honesty and all good faith just look the other way...
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