With his outspoken views against foreign aid and a muscular foreign policy, Kentucky Republican Senator Rand Paul was less-than-enthused by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech on the Iranian nuclear threat.
And people definitely noticed.
Best moment of the speech so far: Rand Paul's face. #Netanyahu
— Anya Gelernt-Dunkle (@HaLachmaAnya) March 3, 2015
— Kim (@KimberKAtkins) March 3, 2015
Rand Paul doesn't look too enthusiastic in his clapping for Benjamin @netanyahu.
— Jason Landin (@EmperorJayLay7) March 3, 2015
@MonicaCrowley check out Rand Paul's expressions &reactions to Netanyahu speech.gf clap.bland.lame.dont want this guy for pres.no respect
— suzazq (@suzazq) March 3, 2015
Did ANYONE ELSE SEE "THE LOOK OF HATRED FOR NETANYAHU ON rand paul's" FACE?? THAT'S WHY I WILL "NEVER" SUPPORT PAUL-HIS HATE IS AS horeass'!
— Pam Forrest (@pkjmaf58) March 3, 2015
Rand Paul is NOT standing for Netanyahu… I do not think I will be standing for Rand now either
— Mr. Stewart (@NationalPopulis) March 3, 2015
The senator’s office released a statement following the speech. “Israel is and has always been America’s friend and ally,” Paul said. ”I was pleased to hear Prime Minister Netanyahu’s speech to Congress today, and join him in calling for peace and standing together for our mutual interests. It is important to work together to prevent a nuclear Iran, and the spread of Radical Islam.”