Sens. Lindsey Graham and John McCain are “lapdogs for President Obama,” Kentucky Sen. and presidential candidate Rand Paul said Tuesday.
Paul, who is running for the Republican nomination, made his remarks during an interview with Fox News’ Bill Hemmer.
“Lindsey Graham said this about your world view: ‘Generally speaking, you have done more wrong than right,'” Hemmer said around 3:40 into the video below. “John McCain says, ‘You don’t understand, you’ve displayed this kind of naiveté since you came to the Senate.’ What’s going on there?”
Paul replied: “This comes from a group of people who have been wrong about every foreign policy issue over the last two decades. They supported Hillary Clinton’s war in Libya, they supported President Obama’s bombing of Assad. They also support President Obama’s foreign aid to countries that hate us. So if there’s anyone who is the most opposed to President Obama’s foreign policy, it’s me.
“These people are essentially the lapdogs for President Obama, and I think they’re sensitive about that.”
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