Paul: Trump’s ‘Delusions of Grandeur Have Him Saying He Can Shoot People’

Monday on “CNN Newsroom,” Republican presidential candidate Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) said he is worried because his opponent Donald Trump’s “narcissism” and “delusions of grandeur” now have him “saying he can shoot people and people will still vote for him.”

Paul said, “We also joke that we have our own airline also, it just doesn’t have my name on it, has Southwest on the side of it. No I think a dose of humility might be good. I am worried that his narcissism exceeds nothing and that his delusions of grandeur have him saying he can shoot people and people will still vote for him. I hope that’s not true.”

He added, “A lot of us still think Trump has a lot of work to convince conservatives that he is for smaller government. What I hear coming from Trump is trust him he is rich and smart and will take care of us. A lot of us believe that power corrupts and we don’t want anyone to have too much power either a Democrat or Republican because we think power has a corrupting influence. We love the fact that our founding fathers bound up the constitution and said you can’t do certain things.”

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