April 8, 2015
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(National Journal) One day into his presidential campaign, Rand Paul is building on a reputation that could be hard to shake: When he's confronted by reporters—especially women reporters—about things he doesn't want to talk about, he gets antagonistic. The latest example came during an appearance on NBC's Today show Wednesday morning, when the Kentucky senator took offense with Savannah Guthrie's line of questioning.
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