RAND PAUL: I've been briefed by Peter Schweizer on this book, and the facts are going to be alarming, they're going to be mind-boggling, and I think people are going to read this book and say: My Goodness, this is happening in America? How could this happen in America?
It is detail after detail after detail --I promised not to reveal all the details since it is not my book, but I think people are going to be blown away by the details in this book, and how they link the Clintons into this enormous exchange of money from foreign countries, donors, companies, it is all swirling around, and In don't think it would happen if you didn't have somebody who was a Secretary of State and a former president, capitalizing on their service in government. It sure doesn't remind me of Harry Truman at all, it reminds me of people using the system to enrich themselves. I think it looks unseemly and a lot of Americans are going to agree with me.
SEAN HANNITY: The New York Times mentioned three specific transactions. One, a Columbia free trade agreement that benefited a major donor to the Foundation.
The second, development projects in the aftermath of the Haitian earthquake.
And the third, $1 million payments to Mr. Clinton by a Canadian bank who is a major stakeholder in the Keystone XL Pipeline...
RAND PAUL: Can we trust someone to be the president of the United States who is involved with so much money changing hands from foreign countries, entities.