Paul: We Shouldn’t Reveal Secrets to People Who Call President ‘Treasonous’

Rand Paul doubled down on his tweet calling for former CIA Director John Brennan’s security clearance to be revoked, saying Monday on Fox News Channel’s “The Story” that anybody who says the president is “treasonous” should not be fed secretive information.

“I don’t think we should reveal secrets to people who are calling the commander in chief ‘treasonous,'” Paul told host Martha MacCallum. “I don’t think there’s many people in America who are going to disagree with that judgment.”

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