(THE HILL) Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) again finds himself at odds with many in the GOP on foreign policy after he came out in support of the Obama administration’s move to normalize relations with Cuba.
“It’s not surprising,” one Republican strategist told The Hill. “Once again he’s has found a way to be even more liberal than Obama on foreign policy. That’s hard to do because there’s only about a dime’s room of space between the two of them, but he always find a way to get into it.”
By fueling his isolationist image, Paul has set himself up for what will likely be a bruising battle on international issues with other GOP contenders in the primaries if he chooses to run for president.
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