“I see her and Rubio as being the same person,” Paul said Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “They both want a no-fly zone. They both have supported activity in Libya, the war in Libya that toppled [Libyan prime minister] Gaddafi, an intervention that made us less safe.”
“They both have supported the Iraq War, so, I mean, what’s the difference?” he asked.
He said Clinton is the candidate for president most likely to start a new war and described her as a “neoconservative.”
The Kentucky senator also took a shot at former vice president Dick Cheney, who has been critical of Paul’s foreign policy.