Sen. Rand Paul absolutely destroyed welfare abusers with a hilarious comment during an appearance on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends” on Thursday.
Co-host Brian Kilmeade asked Paul if he likes to golf with a handicap.
“See, unfortunately, it’s not ‘letting,’” Paul responded. “He actually beats me fair and square.”
“But I will tell you we were on the first tee and he (asked) what was my handicap, but he offered to give me a stroke on each nine and I said, ‘No, Mr. president. I don’t take any welfare,’” Paul said to laughter from the “Fox and Friends” hosts.
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Ouch! That was a solid roast. But, in a lot of ways, Paul is right.
Conservative Tribune reports:
While Paul was joking around, he actually has been on of the most fiscally conservative voices in the Senate when it comes to welfare, health care and government spending in general.
When it comes to the repeal and replacement of Obamacare, Paul has been a harsh critic of both the House and the Senate versions of the bill, calling them “Obamacare lite” and stating that they simply don’t go far enough.
Trump has tried to work with Paul and the conservative wing of the Senate, but it is unclear how much progress has been made over the past few days.
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