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It's time now to take a look at who is talking and this morning we're hearing from Kentucky's senator Rand Paul.
Recently stole the show -- stole the spotlight remember that thirteen hour filibuster.
That's when he voiced opposition to the sat the president's controversial drone program.
And then he regained a lot of attention after winning the C -- presidential straw poll.
So could a White House run be in the senator's future here's what he told fox news's Chris Wallace yesterday.
I've always that I want to be part of the national debate I think Republican Party needs to figure out how to be bigger.
And I think I do bring some ideas to that in soft talk with Republican National Committee.
The Republican National Committee chairmen about.
Things I think we need to do to be competitive on the West Coast to be competitive in New England in Illinois.
And I think some of those ideas are -- more libertarian Republican approach to things.
And I think that a lot of young people are attracted to that and our party could grow if we accept that something maybe a little different than a cookie cutter.
Conservatives that we put out in the past so that -- my question does this increase your interest in running for president sounds like the answer is yes.
Well I'm definitely being part of the debate I think the country is suffering right now a twelve million people out of work -- I want to be part of the answers to it.
-- not that actually is me specifically running for president I don't know that yet.
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