Trump’s debate attack on Rand Paul is going to echo: ‘Shouldn’t even be on this stage’

donald-rand-topThe sparks between Republican front-runner Donal Trump and rival Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul have been flying for days, but after Wednesday night’s exchanges they’re likely to intensify.

Paul had announced earlier that he’d be gunning for Trump at the CNN presidential primary debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, but it turned out that the libertarian-leaning Kentuckian was the one who got his head handed to him.

“Rand Paul shouldn’t even be on this stage,” the billionaire real estate developer said, wasting no time. “He’s No. 11, he’s got 1 percent in the polls, and how he got up here – there’s far too many people anyway.”

Paul of course hit back at Trump throughout the evening. It’s going to make for an interesting dynamic as the GOP campaign continues.


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