- Associated Press - Monday, June 15, 2015

LEXINGTON, S.C. (AP) - Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul says he thinks voters are tired of presidents and White House hopefuls coming from a handful of families.

The GOP presidential contender said in an interview Monday with The Associated Press he feels like the country is suffering from “Bush-Clinton fatigue.”

Paul campaigned in Lexington, South Carolina, as Jeb Bush prepared to enter the 2016 presidential campaign with an afternoon speech in Miami.

Paul says he understands the attention focused on Bush, but believes that voters will ultimately realize they are ready for someone new. And that includes Hillary Rodham Clinton, who kicked off her campaign at a rally in New York this past weekend.

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