On Wednesday's morning broadcast of NBC's Today show, Rand Paul clashed with co-host Savannah Guthrie over "editoralizing" previous comments made by the Republican presidential candidate.
SAVANNAH GUTHRIE, NBC NEWS: You have had views in the past on foreign policy that are somewhat unorthodox, but you seem to have changed over the years. You once said Iran was not a threat, now you say it is. You once proposed ending foreign aid to Israel; you now support it, at least for the time being. And you once offered to drastically cut...
SEN. RAND PAUL: No, before we go --
GUTHRIE: Well wait, wait, wait.
GUTHRIE: So I just wonder if you've mellowed out.
PAUL: Yeah, why don't we let me explain instead of talking over me, okay? Before we go through a litany of things you say I've changed on, why don't you ask me a question: Have I changed my opinion?
GUTHRIE: Have you changed your opinion?
PAUL: That's a better way to approach it.
GUTHRIE: Okay. Is Iran still not a threat?
PAUL: No, no, no, you've editorialized it. No no no no, listen. You've editorialized. Let me answer a question. You asked a question and you say 'Have your views changed?' instead of editorializing and saying my views have changed.