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RAND PAUL WAS “OFFENDED” HILLARY CLINTON DID NOT WANT TO CARRY TWO CELL PHONES OUT OF CONVENIENCE Rand Paul Said He Was “Offended” But The Fact Hillary Clinton Did Not Want To Carry Two Cell Phones Out Of Convenience And That It Was “Insulting That She Says For Convenience Sake That She May Have Endangered Our National Security.” “U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, who is expected to announce a run for president in the next couple of weeks, is taking aim at presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Rodham Clinton, raising concerns about money her foundation accepted from ‘unsavory governments’ and the controversy surrounding the private email account she used while Secretary of State. ‘I’ve been offended by the fact that she said she didn’t want to carry two cell phones for convenience,’ the Kentucky Republican said of Clinton’s claim that she kept a private email address because it would be easier on her. ‘First thing — we ought to inform her than in the 21st century you can put two email accounts on one phone ... It is insulting that she says for convenience sake that she may have endangered our national security.’” [Boston Herald, 3/25/15] Rand Paul Criticized Hillary Clinton Saying She Did Not Want To Carry Two Cell Phones: “We Ought To Inform Her That In The 21st Century You Can Put Two Email Accounts On One Phone.” “U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, who is expected to announce a run for president in the next couple of weeks, is taking aim at presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Rodham Clinton, raising concerns about money her foundation accepted from ‘unsavory governments’ and the controversy surrounding the private email account she used while Secretary of State. ‘I’ve been offended by the fact that she said she didn’t want to carry two cell phones for convenience,’ the Kentucky Republican said of Clinton’s claim that she kept a private email address because it would be easier on her. ‘First thing — we ought to inform her than in the 21st century you can put two email accounts on one phone ... It is insulting that she says for convenience sake that she may have endangered our national security.’” [Boston Herald, 3/25/15] Rand Paul On Hillary Clinton Using Private Email: “I Don’t Think Convenience Should Trump National Security.” MATT LAUER: “Secretary Clinton said she did this for convenience, she used that private e-mail server, she didn't want to carry two devices, she only wanted to carry one. You've called for this independent investigation. What did she say or not say that makes you believe perhaps she's not telling the whole truth?” RAND PAUL: “Well, here's the thing. I don't think convenience should trump national security. She also has admitted in other interviews that she has an iPhone and a Blackberry, so she does carry two devices. I think that the fact that she didn't obey the rules on putting her e- mails on a government server and now she says there wasn't classified information, I'm not sure that can be trusted since we can't trust her to do the right thing the first time. And the thing about classified information, we're not talking about transmitting necessarily a document that is classified, but many of her conversations would be classified. So, let's say I wanted to know tomorrow about all her conversations by e-mail with the president. I would think many of those would be classified, and just -- yet she says that she did these conversations on a private server.” [Today Show, NBC, 3/11/15] RAND PAUL QUESTIONED HOW WE COULD BELIEVE HILLARY CLINTON DID NOT DELETE RELEVANT EMAILS WHEN SHE BROKE THE LAW REGARDING EMAILS IN THE FIRST PLACE Rand Paul Said That Hillary Clinton Did Not Obey The Email Rules And Questioned How We Could Trust Her That None Of The 30,000 Emails She Destroyed Had To Do With Government Functions. RAND PAUL: “And here’s the thing about the Clintons – the Clintons kind of think the laws for you ordinary people. They think that they’re somehow above the law. She fired one of her ambassadors for using a private email, and then she did the same thing. The law can’t be different for different people, and I think that there’s a certain arrogance and hypocrisy that’s going to be difficult to overcome. She’s already destroyed 30,000 emails. She didn’t obey the rule in the emails and now we’re to trust her that the emails she destroyed had nothing to do with government functions.” [SXSW, Austin TX, 3/15/15] Rand Paul Said That Hillary Clinton Proved Herself Not To Be Trustworthy By Failing To Put Her Emails On A Secure Government Server, So He Questioned How We Could Trust That None Of The Emails She Deleted Were Pertinent Or That Emails From Her Trip To Libya Did Not Exist. On Hillary Clinton using private email: RAND PAUL: “Yes, nothing seems to ever be gone for good on the

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