Sunday September 15, 2019 03:22 PM Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul says that he won’t back GOP congresswoman Liz Cheney if she decides to run for the Senate from Wyoming Written by The Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul said Sunday that he won’t back GOP congresswoman Liz Cheney and her support for “endless wars” if she decides to run for the Senate from Wyoming. Paul confirmed on CNN that he’s supporting Republican Cynthia Lummis, a former House member. Cheney, meanwhile, doubled down on her contention that Paul’s push to downscale U.S. military actions “blames America first” and ends up supporting terrorists. She spoke on NBC. It was the latest round of rhetorical warfare between the pair, each a scion of a Republican political family. But it’s more than bickering members of Congress. The two are increasingly seen as the faces of GOP factions clashing over U.S. policy in Afghanistan and more broadly, the world. Like other Republicans, they’re claiming to be closer to President Donald Trump on foreign policy, even though his abrupt reversals and changes leave the administration’s direction unclear. Paul has long tried to persuade Trump to trust his “America First” instincts and downscale U.S…. Read full this story
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