Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) is failing to get the support he wants from fellow Republicans in his quest to cut off U.S. assistance to the governments of Pakistan, Egypt and Libya, with a key member of his own party calling the idea “ill-conceived.” Paul, reacting to the recent attacks on embassies in the Middle East, is threatening to hold up any other legislation — including a continuing resolution to keep the government running into the new fiscal year — unless the Senate considers his ...
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