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Rand Paul Backs Trump, Unleashes “Top Ten Things That Make Obama Unqualified” For Office

Rand Paul Backs Trump, Unleashes “Top Ten Things That Make Obama Unqualified” For Office

By Mac Slavo for Freedom Outpost

The White House, which is running a blatantly unconstitutional regime, is now attempting to vet potential successors to the Oval Office, and yet again take out opposition leaders.

First, Obama said that Assad lost all legitimacy, and should step down, and partnered with al Qaeda and ISIS to back up his opinions.

Now, Obama's press secretary has claimed that Donald Trump has lost all legitimacy and has been "disqualified" from running for office. Just how does the White House plan to back up its opinions this time? Trump claims that he won't be intimidated and exit the race, but one has to wonder how far the system will go to get its way.

"The fact is the first thing a President does when he or she takes the oath of office is to swear an oath to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States. And the fact is that what Donald Trump said yesterday disqualifies him from serving as President… And any Republican who's too fearful of the Republican base to admit it has no business serving as president either," Earnest said.

Senator Rand Paul, who is also running for the GOP nomination, but who has received only a fraction of the coverage that Trump has, blasted back at the arrogance of the Obama White House, suggesting that President Obama should address his own "disqualifying" characteristics first:

Today I would like to put a mirror in front of the Obama White House and show them the top ten things that make HIM unqualified:

— Dr. Rand Paul (@RandPaul) December 9, 2015

Rand Paul did make a list of his top reasons, and tweeted them out in succession.

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