President Obama went off when asked about the riot in Baltimore and delivered a strong dose of truth by demanding that the American people step up and confront the issues behind the Baltimore riot.
Rand Paul's (R-KY) public relations tour is meant, in part, to assuage the narrative that he's a racist. This narrative is based on things like Paul being against Civil Rights and his knowingly hiring a secessionist who cheered the assassination of President Lincoln. So he found himself joking on the radio Tuesday morning that his train went through Baltimore and he's glad it didn't stop.
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