Rand Paul says ‘we don’t have the mon­ey’ to help oth­er coun­tries

Sen. Rand Paul (R‑KY) warned Sun­day that the Unit­ed States can­not afford to pro­vide finan­cial aid to for­eign coun­tries like Ukraine, cit­ing con­cerns about devalu­ing the U.S. dol­lar.
Paul also cit­ed con­cerns regard­ing secur­ing the south­ern bor­der and agreed that it needs to be addressed before help­ing out­side coun­tries. He added that a finan­cial cri­sis in the near future could be on the way as the U.S. accu­mu­lates debt “at a tril­lion dol­lars every three months.”
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“This is an extra­or­di­nary thing,” Paul said on Fox News’s Sun­day Morn­ing Futures with Maria Bar­tiro­mo. “And inter­est rates are now becom­ing the high­est or one of the largest items in our bud­get. So real­ly, peo­ple can talk about want­i­ng to help oth­er coun­tries, we don’t have the mon­ey. It has to be print­ed up. It’s destroy­ing our cur­ren­cy, and it’s why it costs more to go to the gro­cery store to buy your gro­ceries.”

Paul added that it is pos­si­bl …