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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Speaking at the annual Values Voter Summit, Kentucky Senator Paul warned of what he calls a war on Christianity all around the world.
"In Egypt," he said, "the mob attacked our embassy, climbed on top of our embassy, and burned our flag. I don't know about you, but I've had enough. I say not one penny more to any country that would burn the American flag."
Across the globe, Paul says Christians are under attack almost as if we lived in the Middle Ages, and he says the administration is doing nothing to stop it. Paul says money and comfort are being given to nations who don't respect the United States.
The Obama administration on Wednesday announced it was withholding $260 million in aid, as well as shipments of military equipment, to Egypt.