Rand Paul: Obama, Hillary Clinton Being Repudiated By Voters
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) reacted from Mitch McConnell's election headquarters after the Senate minority leader won re-election.
He said the results tonight boil down to a "repudiation" of President Obama and Hillary Clinton's positions being "soundly rejected" as well.
Bret Baier noted that it sounded like Paul was going after a potential 2016 presidential opponent.
He answered that the Clintons campaigned heavily in Kentucky and Arkansas, where the GOP Senate candidates were victorious.
"Did the Clintons help their ticket? I don't think they have," said Paul, who noted that Republicans must improve the perception of the party among African-American voters in order to win the 2016 presidential election.