Senator Rand Paul, upset with his exclusion from the Fox Business main stage debate on Thursday, has a very subtle, almost imperceptible message for his friends in the mainstream media.
It involves one finger, and he’s not saying “you’re number one.”
— Aaron Katersky (@AaronKatersky) January 14, 2016
Via The Hill:
Paul reiterated during a radio interview on Thursday that he thinks “it’s a mistake for the Republican Party to want to limit the debate and make it smaller.”
“I think you have to make a strategic decision about what’s good for your campaign,” he said during the interview with ABC News Radio’s Aaron Katersky broadcast on Periscope.
Paul argued that his boycott of the undercard debate is largely backed by his supporters.
“Ninety-nine percent of our supporters are calling in and saying —,” raising his middle finger, “for the media, that’s where you can go.”
Paul had been demoted to the early debate due to his low poll numbers, but has insisted he will boycott an exchange of ideas at the kid’s table, instead holding a “national town hall.”
— Dr. Rand Paul (@RandPaul) January 14, 2016
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