Rand Paul Tells Newsmax TV: Obama's Actions Are 'Lawless'
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Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky told Newsmax TV on Thursday that President Barack Obama is defying the will of Congress, and risks "destroying the concept of the separation of powers" with "lawless" executive actions on immigration, war and healthcare. [Full Story]
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Rand Paul Tells Newsmax TV: Obama's Actions Are 'Lawless'
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