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Sen. Paul: Voters want to round up immigrants
Sunday - 2/17/2013, 2:09pm EST
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A Republican senator says he sees some in his party favoring a 2016 presidential candidate with an immigration policy that would "round people up ... and send them back to Mexico."
Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky on Sunday said he would be a presidential candidate if he thought he could win. The tea party favorite says he sees an opening for a "libertarian Republican narrative" to help the GOP win on the West Coast and New England.
Paul says people want a party that's "less aggressive on foreign policy" and drug laws. Paul says he sees voters wanting, quote, "somebody who wants to round people up, put in camps and send them back to Mexico."
A Paul spokeswoman, Moira Bagley, didn't offer further explanation.
Paul spoke on "Fox News Sunday."
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