During Thursday’s “Fox & Friends,” co-host Brian Kilmeade told guest Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) that he should let Trump win at golf, saying, “You don’t want to beat the President.”
Paul, however, stated that he would not even use a handicap when golfing with the President , adding that he told Trump he doesn’t “take any welfare.”
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“See, unfortunately, it’s not ‘letting,’ ” Paul responded, adding, “He actually beats me fair and square.”
Paul recalled playing golf with the President. “We were on the first tee and he [asked] what was my handicap, but he offered to give me a stroke on each nine and I said, ‘No, Mr. President. I don’t take any welfare.'”
During the broadcast, Paul also talked about the state of the Senate’s health care bill, which will not be voted on this week. “I still sense that we’re at an impasse,” he commented.
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