Rand Paul is an American politician and physician. He has been serving as a United States Senator from Kentucky for almost a decade now. He comes from a political background as he is the son of the former U.S Representative Ron Paul. He represents the Republican Party and a hard-core Trump supporter.
Rand Paul Net Worth is expected to be $2.5 Million
According to sources and following recent updates Rand is estimated to have a net worth of $2.5 Million. Rand has always been a political fanatic. Even while pursuing his medical studies, Paul didn’t stay away from politics. He saw his father as a role model and always wanted to step in his shoes. Through his learnings and experience, he managed to grasp a remarkable fortune for himself. This figure makes him the sixth wealthiest man in Kentucky.
Four years later after elected as the Senator he announced his presidential candidacy and raised $1 Million within a day of his announcement in 2015.
There is no doubt in the fact that he lives a satisfying and lavish life with his wife and three lovely sons.
The American Senator Paul refuses to accept that the 2020 U.S Presidential elections were not stolen
It’s been days to the most-awaited Unites States Presidential Inaugural ceremony. President Trump left the White House and the Biden-Harris era has begun. But still, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul believes otherwise. He found himself unable to acknowledge that the election that sent Biden to the White House was lawful and legitimate. We all know being a Republican he has constantly affirmed former President Donald Trump’s debunked claims of fraud in the November 3 Presidential elections, declined to say that that election was ‘not’ stolen.
This Weekend he appeared on ABC’s This Week and laid out his views. Paul said,
“The debate over ‘whether or not there was fraud’ should occur,” He continued. “We never had any presentation in court where we actually looked at the evidence. Most of the cases were thrown out for lack of standing, which is a procedural way of not actually hearing the question.”
Host George Stephanopoulos raised a fact in the Senator’s response and continued the conversation by saying,
“In fact, while some of the Trump campaign’s several dozen lawsuits in battleground states were dismissed or voluntarily withdrawn, many were heard and found to have no merit”
George also added “After investigations, counts and recounts, the Department of Justice, led by William Barr, said there’s no widespread evidence of fraud ” debunking Paul’s claims.
Stephanopoulos kept pressing the Senator: “Can’t you just say the words, ‘This election was not stolen?”Though the American Politician declined to do so, instead of edging to polling that shows that a majority of Republicans do not trust the election’s outcome.