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February 5, 2017


DAILYKENN.com -- Rand Paul, a noted critic of Donald Trump's policies, took to MSNBC to defend the president's travel ban. 

Paul noted that critics were focused on the ban rather than the reason for the ban. He noted the importance tracking foreigners' entry and exit. 

He then noted that the 9-11 terrorists were examples of disregard and, that in his own hometown, the fingerprint of an Iraqi in his area was detected on an IED explosive device. 

The judge who put a stay on the ban was mischaracterized as a conservative by an associated press headline. 

"He's conservative in his review of the law, but courageous in his application of it," the report said, quoting a former associate of the judge. 

We understand "courageous" to mean "leftist."

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